There lay all that remained of Mrs. Sykes—the disjecta membra, the fragmenta—the casket!
They are probably the 'disjecta membra'—a pest on the pedantry of Latin!
The lumber-room contained among other things the disjecta membra of his old mining life and experience.
Such were Schubart and his works and fortunes; the disjecta membra of a richly-gifted but ill-starred and infatuated poet!
disjecta membra are all that we find of any Poet, or of any man.
The scheme has given way to more liberal notions; but the disjecta membra still move.
This work of gathering the disjecta membra of Assyriological science is essential to future progress.
Far more difficult is the task when only the maimed fragments, the disjecta membra, of the myth remain to us.
All individuality must be merged, and a new character created, from the "disjecta membra" of many crafts and callings.
The disjecta membra of the raid were now assembled, but the task of the British columns was, apparently, greatly facilitated.
"scattered remains" (especially literary), from Horace's Latin phrase disjecti membra poetae "limbs of a dismembered poet."