Definition of segregational in US English:

segregational

adjective

  • See segregation

    • ‘Continued practices of duplicating programs when geography and demand dictate otherwise clearly points to a segregational vestige.’
    • ‘However, although Mendelian inheritance may be incorporated into a game theoretic approach, standard matrix game models are defined solely in terms of phenotypes and ignore the segregational effects of Mendelian inheritance.’
    • ‘These dicentric chromosomes exhibited novel segregational properties and their behavior is described in detail elsewhere.’
    • ‘Under this new practice of segregational nationalism African American students and faculty will find themselves merged into the great American melting pot and ultimately not represented at all.’

Pronunciation

segregational

/-SHənl/