A fragment penetrated her shoulder, missing a major artery by an inch.
It may fragment or it may simply refuse to suppress dissent if it is largely peaceful, especially at the start.
He had read only a fragment, and everything remained uncertain.
Sex,” Celia says after overhearing tenants going at it, “could fragment into clichés.
To make matters more complicated, a third-century fragment of papyrus found in ancient Egypt gives the number 616 instead of 666.
From a nail on the tent pole hung a fragment of looking-glass which Arcoll used for shaving.
He was almost upon the fragment shielding him from the jammer.
The broad thin "appendage" figured may have been a fragment of a thoracic segment.
It is impossible to ignite there a fragment of amorphous phosphorus.
The whole of this splendid speech should be compared with the fragment of Neophron's Medea, on which it is obviously modelled.
fragment frag·ment (frāg'mənt)
A small part broken off or detached.
An incomplete or isolated portion; a bit.