The act of having a dictionary removed from a bodily cavity.
James fell off of a ladder onto a stack of books, now he needs a dichotomy
by arcan August 25, 2003
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A division, usually into to opposite parts.

To take something and split it into two opposite parts.
The rivalry between the East Coast and West Coast incited a dichotomy between the genres of music.

Think of a Magnet... if you were able to split the North end from the South end, that would be a dichotomy of a magnet.
by Qube August 26, 2003
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A split in a singular body; as in a conflict that involves two disagreeing parties with no will to resolve anything.
There is a dichotomy in the way democracy is run, the government does not communicate to the people and vice versa.
by VS August 28, 2003
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