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synonyms for fissuring

  • expand
  • free
  • release
  • bare
  • broach
  • burst
  • crack
  • disclose
  • display
  • disrupt
  • fissure
  • gap
  • gape
  • hole
  • jimmy
  • lacerate
  • lance
  • penetrate
  • perforate
  • pierce
  • pop
  • puncture
  • reveal
  • rupture
  • separate
  • sever
  • slit
  • slot
  • split
  • tap
  • unbar
  • unblock
  • unbolt
  • unclothe
  • uncork
  • uncover
  • undo
  • unfasten
  • unfold
  • unfurl
  • unlock
  • unroll
  • unseal
  • untie
  • unwrap
  • vent
  • ventilate
  • yawn
  • yawp
  • break in
  • break out
  • bust in
  • come apart
  • kick in
  • throw wide
  • unclose
  • unlatch
  • unshut
  • unstop
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antonyms for fissuring

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  • hold
  • close
  • close up
  • combine
  • conceal
  • cover
  • fasten
  • fix
  • hide
  • join
  • marry
  • mend
  • misunderstand
  • secrete
  • sew
  • suppress
  • unite
  • withhold
  • wrap
  • block
  • bury
  • conclude
  • end
  • exclude
  • finish
  • hinder
  • shut
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How to use fissuring in a sentence

The conspicuous symptom is a marked tendency to fissuring or cracking of the skin (eczema fissum; eczema rimosum).
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
One of the narrow valleys near Natchez, due to this fissuring, is now called the Mammoth Ravine.
THE GEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE OF THE ANTIQUITY OF MANCHARLES LYELL
Now and again these monsters would get caught in some vast fissuring of the ground, but not often.
THE LOST CONTINENTC. J. CUTCLIFFE HYNE
The bone might be comminuted, but the fragments were of a more cuboid shape, and the long fissuring did not occur.
A TREATISE ON GUNSHOT WOUNDSTHOMAS LONGMORE
In all the Mauser specimens the longitudinal direction of the fissuring of the mantle is striking.
SURGICAL EXPERIENCES IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1899-1900GEORGE HENRY MAKINS
Fig. 30 illustrates complete longitudinal fissuring of the mantle.
SURGICAL EXPERIENCES IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1899-1900GEORGE HENRY MAKINS
The general tendency of longitudinal fissuring when it occurred to stop short of the articular extremities of the bones.
SURGICAL EXPERIENCES IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1899-1900GEORGE HENRY MAKINS
Fig. 61 is a diagram illustrating a fairly typical instance; in some cases no fissuring existed.
SURGICAL EXPERIENCES IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1899-1900GEORGE HENRY MAKINS
As a rule the nearer to the base, the greater was the amount of fissuring observed.
SURGICAL EXPERIENCES IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1899-1900GEORGE HENRY MAKINS
The amount of fissuring at the aperture of entry was often not so extensive as I had been led to expect.
SURGICAL EXPERIENCES IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1899-1900GEORGE HENRY MAKINS
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