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Shoppers may prefer pristine surroundings, but cracked walls and broken windows tell more compelling stories.

Over the next few years, working on both sides of the Atlantic, Jerolmack and the rest of the team started plotting where real examples of broken rocks fell within Domokos’ framework.

Josh Elman, the famous tech investor, complained about a broken dryer back in April, and asked the Twitter hive mind whether he should get a new one or go through the pain of fixing it.

For a team trying to win a broken NFC East and figure out who will be its quarterback for the next few years, he is an unknown.

Grievous errors in the line of duty were laced with empathy for a broken officer.

And yet, her own brokenness over her failures is written in such a way that the audience is implicated in them.

The brokenness of the political system drives the former, and helplessness drives the latter.

There is a brokenness in the utterance which makes it difficult to translate, but which is touchingly natural.

The foolishness would not be so noticeable if the Brokenness were not so hideous and genuine and actual and matter-of-course.

Conscious weakness, as a preparation for service, is one thing: brokenness is another.

Our brokenness and openness must be two-way, horizontal as well as vertical, with one another as with God.

In order to break our wills to His, God brings us to the foot of the Cross and there shows us what real brokenness is.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to brokenness, such as: break, bumpiness, coarseness, crack, hairiness, and jaggedness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.