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di·vid·ed

 (dĭ-vī′dĭd)
adj.
1. Separated into parts or pieces.
2. Being in a state of disagreement or disunity: a divided nation.
3. Moved by conflicting interests, emotions, or activities: divided loyalties.
4. Separated by distance: a child divided from her familiar surroundings.
5. Having the lanes for opposing traffic separated: divided highways.
6. Botany Having indentations extending to the midrib or base and forming distinct lobes: divided leaves.

di·vid′ed·ly adv.
di·vid′ed·ness n.
References in classic literature ?
And whenever it is so addressed, it is never, on this occasion or on any other, dividedly addressed; it is always concentrated.
The 35 volunteers that run the NGO work dividedly in all of these departments, with the help of professional lawyers interested in human rights, alongside their studies at college.
Those who can let the light through, however dividedly, with however much struggle, those whose bodies are touched by the light from above, who yearn upward towards it, those are the people who should rule and inherit the earth.