fragments

[ noun frag-muh nt; verb frag-muh nt, -ment, frag-ment ]SEE DEFINITION OF fragments

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Fragments of knowledge came to him, but nothing on which to build a theory of what was wrong.

As it was, fragments of bark, twigs, and leaves showered about them.

Some ornaments of stucco and fragments of mosaic-work are yet to be seen.

The name, once upon it, was so severed that I could not link the fragments.

Fragments whizzed by him at a fearful clip; rays crisscrossed all about him.

On the floor around it were fragments of smashed glasses and bloody stains.

The emperor commanded that these fragments be preserved in the treasury.

The fragments of what I wish to say would be of no service to any one.

It is possible the Fragments were some of the 'studies' for The Brook.

In the three small rooms the floor was strewn with fragments of the broken furniture.

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