verb (used with or without object), frac·tion·al·ized, frac·tion·al·iz·ing.
to divide or splinter into fractions, sections, factions, etc.
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How does classic children’s novel, The Phantom Tollbooth, use words themselves as a plot device?
Every work of literature relies on the dictionary. Many writers would say that the goal of fiction is to use powerful words to tell a story without calling attention to the words themselves. A small number of books, however, actually make words, meaning, and language their plot or even transform the workings of language into characters. This practice is called meta-fiction, and today we pay …
Also especially British, frac·tion·al·ise.
Origin of fractionalize
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