fraction[ frak-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF fraction
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRACTION
And her heart for the fraction of a second seemed to stand still too.
For a fraction of a second I had one glimpse of the animal through the brush.
The banded colors were there for a minute fraction of a second.
Is there not a certain glow of triumph in taming such a fraction?
For what we have received from our ancestors is only a fraction of what we are, or may become.
I can't begin to tell you; in fact, I've explored only a fraction.
The 'fraction' ain't 'ignited' yet and the doctors are worried.
Half an hour later he seemed but a fraction of his usual size.
Men of such indomitable initiative, though not rare, are but a fraction.
Our own, at the present maximum, was a fraction over seventy-seven.