fragment[ noun frag-muh nt; verb frag-muh nt, -ment, frag-ment ]SEE DEFINITION OF fragment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRAGMENT
Epos, p. 65, places the fragment in the Finn episode, between ll.
The stone-breaker, who had not broken a fragment since we began to converse, then did as follows.
It was as if men had been able to preserve a fragment of a sunset.
I beg your pardon, my dear "Clarinda," for the fragment scrawl I sent you yesterday.
"I'm sorry you think——" he began, but did not complete the fragment.
But these were only a fragment of those that visit the Post in summer.
In a fragment of his we read, The most invincible of all things is a woman!
The genuineness of this fragment has been established beyond doubt.
A fragment of a bursting shell had struck him on the back of the neck.
The 'New Atlantis' is only a fragment, and far inferior in merit to the 'Utopia.'