His boyhood hardly seems happy, but the pieces of it we get are fragmentary.
Sometimes it is comical, with a letter being reduced to just a fragmentary sentence or two.
fragmentary information, and assurances from sources, are all too often wrong during chaotic, breaking stories.
All officials stressed the fragmentary nature of the threat information to date.
Francis Watson argued that all of the fragmentary sentences preserved on the papyrus are also found in the Gospel of Thomas.
The personal notices of Seneca's life up to the period of his manhood are slight and fragmentary.
The moral life is from its very nature partial, fragmentary, and finite.
Meanwhile the fragmentary Catawba, with which I believe that the Caddo was connected had its congeners far to westward.
Most of the Rhymes were given by different individuals in fragmentary form.
Every now and then into the fragmentary debate still going on within him there would flash little pictures of Murewell.