- frag·men·tal·ly, adverb
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How to use fragmental in a sentence
As a result, creators, including intellectuals, are incentivized to focus exclusively on content to be consumed at the moment—short, fragmental, surface-level takes.
fragmental rocks are often quite indurated—the matrix being as hard as the included stones.
When a fragmental rock is composed chiefly of rocks belonging to the acidic group, we say it is felspathic.
These are overlaid by a series of alternating beds of crystalline (c) and fragmental (t) igneous rocks.
The rocks, so far as I saw them, are massive lavas, and not fragmental scori or other products of explosive eruptions.Mount Rainier | Various
The cone-building stage may be said to continue until eruptions of lava and fragmental materials cease altogether.The Elements of Geology | William Harmon Norton
British Dictionary definitions for fragmental
(of rocks or deposits) composed of fragments of pre-existing rocks and minerals
another word for fragmentary
- fragmentally, adverb
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