Synonyms for Sectional:


component (adjective)
elemental, fragmentary, factoring, ingredient, member, constituent, component, segmentary, fractional, featured, part.
fractional (adjective)
fragmentary, third, half, semi, fractional, part, segmental, quarter, incomplete.
incomplete (adjective)
unfulfilled, embryonic, partial, immature, Unaccomplished, missing, unfinished, short, patchy, fragmentary, deficient, unsatisfactory, unattained, scanty, lacking, incomplete, discontinuous, unachieved, segmental, Curtailed, fractional, undone, insufficient.
localized, divided (adjective)
local, partial, narrow, regional, separate, exclusive, factional, selfish.
regional (adjective)


exclusive, narrow, diverse, mixed, tribal, unanimous, factional, public, from all walks of life, separate, multicultural, local, close-knit, regional, selfish, collective. cutaway, miniature, effigy, territorial, territory, casting, cast, mockup, figure, exploded, cardboard cut-out. feather, pullout, foldaway, padded, queen-size, RTA, fold-out, freestanding, folding. incompleteness (noun)
omission, shortfall, fragmentation, gap, hiatus, incompleteness, need, insufficiency, deficit, curtailment, shortage, shortcoming, fraction, lack, discontinuity, deficiency, scantiness.
sectional (noun)
divided, sectioned.

Other synonyms:

folding, local, queen-size, freestanding, fold-out, RTA, foldaway. feather, padded. pullout. provincial
Other relevant words:
effigy, sectioned, feather, casting, selfish, exclusive, folding, mixed, cast, divided, territorial, narrow, collective, foldaway, diverse, miniature, mockup, padded, public, RTA, cutaway, figure, multicultural, local, factional, close-knit, separate, fold-out, freestanding, queen-size, regional, pullout, territory, tribal, exploded, unanimous.

Usage examples for sectional

  1. But, as Jean Baptiste said, the Sectional Committee know about Pierre. – The League of the Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy
  2. 1709, which represents a top view, and a sectional side view. – Modern Machine-Shop Practice, Volumes I and II by Joshua Rose
  3. To preserve a sectional equilibrium and to maintain the equality of the States was the effort on one side, to acquire empire was the manifest purpose on the other. – The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government, Vol. 1 (of 2) by Jefferson Davis