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come apart

verb as in flop

verb as in fragment

verb as in snap

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If it does, the partisan divide over the issue could come apart.

He saw, from the inside, how the security forces began to come apart before any shots were fired.

Katie Paul reports on how Syrian society has come apart at the seams.

Both comments were promptly deleted by moderators, or “mods,” without whom Suicide Watch would probably come apart at the seams.

In order to not come apart, our nation must do more to make real the promise of opportunity at the heart of the American story.

He bade his weary disciples to come apart to the spot of respite.

The torch must be built in such a way that it is not at all liable to come apart under the influence of high temperatures.

She says it isn't much trouble if she goes slowly and takes a few stitches back at the ends so they won't come apart.

Then a slave, trembling lest he should give me offence, bade me come apart with him where steps led up the city wall.

The wires work freely in the bar, but cannot come apart from it, nor can the wires be removed from the rings.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to come-apart, such as: crestfallen, depressed, dismayed, pessimistic, beat, and blue.

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