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Splinter

[ˈsplin(t)ər]

NOUN

VERB

Synonyms

sliver, shiver, chip, shard, needle, fragment, piece, bit, shred, spell,

"Splinter" Example Sentences

1. Government will splinter once the attacks occur.
2. Oxygen, recognized by its power of igniting a glowing splinter, results from the decomposition of oxides of the noble metals, peroxides, chlorates, nitrates and other highly oxygenized salts.
3. Within the enclosure of the Khalifa's house is the tomb of Hubert Howard, son of the 9th earl of Carlisle, who was killed in the house at the capture of the city by a splinter of a shell fired at the Mandi's tomb.
4. Wiedemann, in Erlangen Sitzungsberichte (1904, p. 33 o), translates the phrase given above as splinter of wood, by the term wooden cross.
5. Spon, a chip or splinter of wood, cf.
6. Til finally When this occurs, strained pillars begin to crack and splinter with a noise like musketry firing, and the roof of the mine shows signs of subsidence.
7. And I never feel a break or a splinter in the least.
8. They tend him in secret, but one day, through the medium of a splinter from his sword, which had remained fixed in Morolt's skull, and been preserved by the queen, the identity of Tantris and Tristan is made clear.
9. Bailak Kibdjaki, also, an Arabian writer, shows in his Merchant's Treasure, a work given to the world in 1282, that the magnetized needle, floated on water by means of a splinter of wood or a reed, was employed on the Syrian seas at the time of his voyage from Tripoli to Alexandria (1242), and adds:"They say that the captains who navigate the Indian seas use, instead of the needle and splinter, a sort of fish made out of hollow iron, which, when thrown into the water, swims upon the surface, and points out the north and south with its head and tail" (Klaproth, Lettre, p. 57).
10. Under such conditions the pillar begins to yield, and fragments of mineral fly off with explosive violence, exactly as a specimen of rock will splinter under pressure in a testing machine.
11. The earliest form of testing instrument employed for this purpose was that of Giuseppe Tagliabue of New York, which consists of a glass cup placed in a copper water bath heated by a spirit lamp. The cup is filled with the oil to be tested, a thermometer placed in it and heat applied, the temperatures being noted at which, on passing a lighted splinter of wood over the surface of the oil, a flash occurs, and after further heating, the oil ignites.
12. "And I have known so many cases of a splinter wound" (the Gazette said it was a shell) "either proving fatal at once or being very slight," continued Nicholas.
13. He cut his trees level and close to the ground, that the sprouts which came up afterward might be more vigorous and a sled might slide over the stumps; and instead of leaving a whole tree to support his corded wood, he would pare it away to a slender stake or splinter which you could break off with your hand at last.
14. splinter group headed next door to the Prince of Wales.
15. Raphael has larger bandanna and double attack power Enter Raphael, Donatello, Splinter, Raphael, Leonardo as a password.
16. The tiny splinter barbs do no impair the penetration of the hook and alleviates damage to the fish when removing the hook.
17. Man at sea is an insect on a splinter, now engulfed, now scared to death.
18. The Baja Web site assures that getting rid of the microchip is a simple and harmless procedure, something like removing a splinter.
19. An old woman had 2 months previously, got a splinter in the skin on her right forearm.
20. Ensure the wood does not splinter outward by working from both sides.
21. Has anyone ever had a splinter from a second hand or old cymbal?
22. Christ commands us to see not only the splinter in our adversary's eye, but also the beam in our own.
23. splinter into small pieces and you can hear the sudden crack of breaking bones over the deeper noises of the factory.
24. He'd been hit in the eye with a shell splinter.
25. Splinter cell, or to give it its full title, Tom Clancy's splinter cell, or to give it its full title, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, turned quite a few heads upon release.
26. I counted 22 bullet holes and one large hole where a shell splinter had entered, finishing in the galley.
27. So a glass splinter will not itch or irritate, and so it will work into your body.
28. Penetrating trauma of the soft tissues of the neck caused by a metal splinter.
29. splinter of wood entering his head from a shot on board a boat.
30. splinter off.
31. Toe nail is caused by a splinter of nail or the whole nail causing pressure into the skin.
32. From the derivation of the word the earliest northern European spoon would seem to have been a chip or splinter of wood; the Greek xoXXuipcov (Lat.
33. Christ commands us to see not only the splinter in our adversary 's eye, but also the beam in our own.
34. They splinter into small pieces and you can hear the sudden crack of breaking bones over the deeper noises of the factory.
35. He 'd been hit in the eye with a shell splinter.
36. Put off the by the queue or the music, a splinter group headed next door to the Prince of Wales.
37. Splinter Cell, or to give it its full title, Tom Clancy 's Splinter Cell, turned quite a few heads upon release.
38. What happened to the WTT Center is the result of a splinter faction of a splinter faction of Islam.
39. He says it was caused by a splinter of wood entering his head from a shot on board a boat.
40. This is a potential area for damage as the wood is easily knocked and could splinter off.
41. Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory From PC Format 174, May 2005 Wait, a Tom Clancy sequel without a wacky pseudo-military subtitle?
42. This way, there is no possibility of your cat getting a bone stuck, or chewing on one that can splinter and cause an internal puncture.
43. As with all herbal and natural preparations, consult your physician if the problem worsens, you have a deep cut or splinter, or you experience an allergic reaction to the salve.
44. Use ichthammol salve to draw out the splinter.
45. This usually indicates the splinter is working free from the skin.
46. Apply an antiseptic once the splinter comes out.
47. Everyone gets a splinter at some point - whether from an errant bit of wood, a metal shaving or a thorn or burr from a plant.
48. In this case, drawing salve may be just the ticket to get that splinter removed.
49. Soak the area with the splinter in warm water for ten minutes (or apply a damp warm compress to the area if soaking is not a possibility).
50. Clean and dry the area surrounding the splinter.
51. Apply drawing salve in a thin layer over the splinter.
52. After 24 hours, remove the bandage and check to see if the splinter has risen to the surface.
53. If the splinter is close to the surface, carefully remove with sterile tweezers.
54. If the splinter hasn't risen close enough to remove with tweezers, clean and dry the area and reapply the drawing salve as directed above.
55. Once the splinter has been removed, treat the area with either alcohol or hydrogen peroxide.
56. Acute inflammation occurs when a crisis triggers the body's immune system into combat, such as a splinter that gets infected or another type of wound or infection.
57. Cooked chicken bones become brittle and more likely to splinter.
58. Some other major benefits to installing vinyl siding in a rustic setting are that it doesn't rot or splinter and it is impervious to termites and other pests.
59. The material does not splinter, so you don't have to worry about getting painful splinters in your hands and feet.
60. Games include: Splinter Cell, Pandora Tomorrow, Chaos Theory, Essentials, Double Agent and Conviction.
61. Titles that require a high level of strategy -- like Splinter Cell -- might not be good either.
62. In some of the rail-based shooter mini-games, you'll encounter rabbids that wear night vision goggles and other gear that look a little too much like Sam Fisher from Splinter Cell fame.
63. It's not quite a "twitch" style game wherein you can just run into the middle of the field with guns a-blazing, but it's nowhere near as technical as something like Rainbow Six or Splinter Cell.
64. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory for the Xbox takes everyone's favorite stealthy spy on yet another mission.
65. Perhaps one of the best things in Splinter Cell Chaos Theory is the huge abundance of Easter Eggs to be found in the game.
66. Just another of many cracks on video games to be found in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory.
67. During the 4th mission The Penthouse, when you get near the spiral staircase, there will be a TV which has Splinter Cell showing.
68. There are several Splinter Cell cheats for Xbox.
69. There are also glitches in Splinter Cell that make the game easier, as well as hidden secrets to be found.
70. You can access every level in Splinter Cell by entering in one password.
71. On the Splinter Cell entry screen type !lamaudite!.
72. If you're looking for some Splinter Cell cheats for Xbox that make the game easier, here's one of the most interesting glitches available.
73. In addition to Splinter Cell cheats for Xbox, there are glitches in the game that add to the game play.
74. In addition to video game cheat codes for Splinter Cell, there are a few secrets hidden through the game.
75. Non-lethal bullets come in small numbers in Splinter Cell.
76. This is one of the most unique Splinter Cell cheats for Xbox.
77. So if you guessed Splinter Cell: Essentials for the PSP is mostly a rehash, then you're on the right track to not buying this game.
78. Mission after mission follows the same boring presentation in which you have to regale the agents with your version.Not having played a lot of the Splinter Cell games, the missions took anywhere from 30-45 minutes to complete.
79. Veterans of Splinter Cell should easily shelve this game in 4 hours or under.
80. I give the controls in Splinter Cell: Essentials a big strike two.
81. Splinter Cell: Essentials isn't essential.
82. Third Echelon calls Sam Fisher back to duty in this second installment of Splinter Cell for XBOX.
83. Pandora Tomorrow's gameplay is a continuation of the first Splinter Cell with a few new tricks.
84. General gameplay in Pandora Tomorrow is very similar to the first Splinter Cell.
85. Don't worry, it is not the first Splinter Cell.
86. Look forward to watching these skits as they seem improved from the original Splinter Cell cut scenes.
87. Veteran Splinter Cell gamers know that sound is a critcial indication of someone's presence.
88. Gift cards will drive first quarter sales because some big titles (Splinter Cell, Gran Turismo, GTA) are being released the first couple months of 2008.
89. Ubisoft, based in Montreal, is also one of Canada's largest studios, producing well-known titles like Tom Clancy Splinter Cell, Assassin's Creed, Prince of Persia and Rainbow Six.
90. They don't burn, bend, break, or splinter and they are similar to cockroaches: practically indestructible.
91. Has the wood started to splinter or rot?
92. Your children won't be running to you crying with a splinter or worse, rust, stuck under their skin, because this playground is made of durable plastic.
93. The splinter organization seeks to encourage the development and use of biological treatments.
94. Splinter Skill Savants: This is the most common type of savant, particularly in autistic people.
95. Splinter Memory Skills: Splinter memory skills or an exceptional ability for memory recall is the most common type of savant abilities.
96. Many individuals on the autism specturm may possess "splinter skills" that stand out in relation to their level of functioning, but the skills are not necessarily genius.
97. Judas betrays Jesus to stop Jesus' followers from growing any larger in number and stop what he believes will be violence caused by the followers of Jesus' splinter group.
98. He and Mikaela located a splinter from the destroyed AllSpark, but he turned it over to her for safe keeping.
99. An In growing toe nail is caused by a splinter of nail or the whole nail causing pressure into the skin.
100. The broken edges of such cylinders were smooth and lacked prominent splinters.
101. Modern production protocols are complex, collaborative, economy-driven, and splintered.
102. During the course of the work, an archaic-sounding theme on viola, like a mediaeval chant or carol, is transmogrified and splintered.
103. In the meanwhile, language communities have splintered and interacted, risen and fallen.
104. In addition, splinters of the confessional were taken away as healing relics.
105. In fact, the splintering described above is the direct result of this gridding and stratification of the electroacoustic social space.
106. The iris in a stop-light splinters and can't be seen.
107. Integrative dualism is juxtaposed to versions of dualism that depict the person and body as unduly remote and splintered.
108. In the same way as blend constituents, the splinters may exhibit different degrees of phonic integration.
109. The emerging tensions further splintered the ceremonial veneer and led to despair.
110. Rather, the electroacoustic community thus defined is splintered and better described as a field of power relations disjointed by diverging interests.
111. The tires of the semitrucks within ourselves splintered on the hot pavement and could at last rest.
112. Hundreds of sounds were intertwined into a coil of wiry noise, with single barbs projecting, sharp edges running along it and submerging again, while clear notes splintered and scattered.
113. Glass from the windowpanes of the log cabin shattered at each incoming volley; roof shingles splintered and some broke free, indicating heavier lead, possibly buckshot, was used.
114. Crystal components are dominated by thorn-shaped, inclusion-free solid volcanic quartz splinters up to 650 m in size.
115. Like a rainbow, the bridge vanished in a grey rain of splinters, joining the reckless waters of the river.
116. Trees that snapped were distinguished by their splinters and usually by an entire bole with the attached branch debris at the end away from the stump.
117. The splinters that go out from their clumsy movements spread all over the world and are quite unpredictable in their consequences.
118. They might be forced to expel them, which could lead to dissension and disruption in the union, and to splintering and break-away groups.
119. Such protection will also be adequate against blast and splinters.
120. I have had my windows boarded up, and splinters have gone through the boards.
121. Because of that splintering action, it may mean that they are not able to coalesce and to take on the authority as they should.
122. If we could get added to this factor of dispersal the factor of protection against blast and splinters, we should have made very considerable progress.
123. Toughened glass, while liable to shatter, is nevertheless unlikely to produce sharp splinters.
124. The only alternative seems to me to be a perpetual system of shelters and trenches to guard against splinters, blast, and gas.
125. In fact, he must have more splinters in his hands than a transatlantic oarsman.
126. Will he look into this matter to see that they are made available for the public against splinters from our own shells?
127. Where windows are bricked up the work is done to provide the most effective protection against blast and splinters, and ventilation is provided.
128. The splinters will go wide and far with the possibility of damaging and wounding a number of people.
129. When people have been so closely united, there are bound to be fragments, wounds and splinters for both parties, whatever has happened.
130. In our view they should be gas-proof and should, as a minimum, provide protection against blast and splinters.
131. There would be great dislocation and there might be great disadvantages in splintering off these functions.
132. The laminated windows that had been put in stopped glass splintering across the room.
133. I included naturally regenerated sycamore because it is such a useful agricultural country tree; it makes draining boards, wagon bottoms and stair-treads; it never splinters.
134. One of the very common objections is that it produces groups and splinters of parties all over the place.
135. Even significant improvements in any quarter's figures are simply the melting of a few splinters of ice on the bit of the iceberg that we can see—welcome but small.
136. I believe it has been found that the shelters erected mainly against blast and splinters give very satisfactory results in such raids as there have been on this country.
137. I speak as one of the last splinters from the boards of the old main line railway companies which were broken up at the end of 1947.
138. They were splintering before our eyes.
139. We know that that splintering generates confusion.
140. Where accommodation exists below ground level which can be suitably protected against splinters, falling debris and poison gas, the occupiers of premises will be advised to make use of it.
141. Her legs had been shredded, her hands burnt and punctured by splinters of metal, suggesting that the bright high-school student had covered her face to shield it from the explosion.
142. I understand that experience so far in air raids indicates that the casualties arise not so much from direct hits as from the effects of blast and splinters.
143. The inside of the turret was lined with mattresses to catch splinters.
144. Telephone poles in the area were snapped off at the base and splintered, and trees in the area were completely shredded and debarked.
145. His face peppered by splinters, pouring with blood.
146. Eventually, the group splintered into multiple, smaller groups headquartered in various cities around the region.
147. By 1974, internal disagreements had led to the movement's splintering.
148. Displaced family clans were splintered, their homes removed and many ancestral burying grounds were necessarily abandoned.
149. The exposed end of the floating tree is splintered and worn but wide and buoyant enough to support a person's weight.
150. By 1922, the core group splintered and two contrasting, adverse factions formed.
151. The first three were training shells that knocked splinters off the armour plate.
152. The cyclone's impact on the resort was greatly destructive; buildings in splinters, facilities in ruins and gardens stripped bare.
153. The blast sent shrapnel into surrounding buildings, shattering glass windows and splintering their foundations.
154. The organization splintered into groups of survivors that took years to reform.
155. Splinters from numerous shell hits shredded water hoses and made it much more difficult to put the numerous fires out.
156. The propellers stopped turning the moment a third lifeboat was about to be reduced to splinters.
157. The executioners were gruesomely soiled with blood, brain matter, and bone splinters.
158. Splinters and the damage they did can be seen today in the east and north wall of the building.
159. Wounds which he received from shell splinters in the right leg and shoulder were probably sustained at that time.
160. Within the class of biological splinters such foreign bodies include bone, fish spines, teeth, and wood.
161. There are many types of common splinters other than wood.
162. Shortly thereafter, the band splintered, with at least one (unspecified) member quitting and instigating lawsuits against the other group members.
163. Bloodlet slowly began to sputter in momentum and eventually splintered apart around 1999.
164. Their middle-class voters switched allegiance to special-interest groups (professional organizations, splinter parties) and to the increasingly vocal nationalist right.
165. After his death, the group is believed to have splintered into factions.
166. Factions were splintering into smaller factions, and then splintered again.
167. They attack, but the tiger intervenes, splintering and shattering all their weaponry.
168. In 1934, a steel shield was installed which afforded protection from small arms fire and splinters.
169. All its windows were covered with brown paper to block out light and netting to catch splinters of shattered glass.
170. He was seriously wounded there -- sixteen splinters of bone were taken from his ankle -- but was promoted to lieutenant soon afterwards.
171. A three-month-old infant was injured by glass splinters.
172. To properly inspect a "shinai", one first examines the area around the "datotsu-bu", inspecting all sides of the "shinai" for splinters.
173. The explosion sprayed splinters over his eye and arm and severed his wedding ring finger.
174. The trail's terminus isn't marked, and splinters into several short paths, all leading the river's edge.
175. Bone tools had mainly been made from bone splinters or were cut into a useful shape.
176. Patches of vegetable fiber and splinters of freshly broken wood were observed.
177. In the ensuing conflict, the core circle splintered.
178. A number of splinters of wood and pieces of clothing and paper have been discharged or extracted.
179. Splinters were thus able to pass under them or enter the open back when shells exploded nearby or behind.
180. The thick, dense wave can help protect against sharp environmental hazards, such as splinters or thorns.
181. The metal splinters, used to cause more damage upon explosion, were brought home by one of the suspects from a metal workshop where he worked.
182. As a result of the insurgency's splintering nature, many established leaders seemed to lose influence.
183. Each was also hollowed out, with the holes filled with balsa splinters and uncooked linguine.
184. The blast from the explosion coursed upward, splintering the lifeboat suspended in its davits just above and knocking the wireless out of commission.
185. Several near misses rained shell splinters on the deck and wounded several men.
186. The wooden upperside was largely splintered, causing the most deaths and wounded.
187. The site has a number of boulders splintered across the place.
188. Additionally, new and splinter groups may come on the scene.
189. The mob charged the police but splintered into small groups, and more than 1,000 police counter-attacked.
190. Throughout, the book gives an insightful analysis of how the splinter network of terror came to being.
191. They were much more likely to splinter into several distinct parties and suffer defections to the government party.
192. I believe the bone splinters are forcibly pushing themselves out, because the swollen area is very hard.
193. The cannon and its loading tray is covered in a water tight turret cover that is also protection against small shell splinters.
194. In nature the idea has lost itself, because it has lost its unity and is splintered, as it were, into a thousand fragments.
195. The wind and waves left wooden houses in splinters, topped with seaweed.
196. The religious press was surprised and grieved at this, but now the radical audience splintered into different directions.
197. By shaving the pitchwood into small splinters, it will readily ignite.
198. ROCKFORD — It took Tom splinter 66 years to get a hole-in-one. When he finally did, he texted a good golfing friend in Florida."He always calls ...
199. They’re two franchises that are used to hiding in the shadows, but this time they’ll be hiding within a virtual reality headset – Ubisoft has confirmed that new splinter Cell and Assassin’s Creed ...
200. It's been seven years since the last mainline splinter Cell game. Here's Jake's theory as to why we haven't seen Sam Fisher and his trademark goggles in so long.
201. In July 2019, we reported on a rumor that VR versions of splinter Cell and Assassin's Creed were in the works. In September 2020, Ubisoft and Facebook confirmed as part of the Oculus Connect event ...
202. Ubisoft announced an untitled new splinter Cell game. Unfortunately, it's not a traditional splinter Cell game, and it's not coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, or any other console. Rather, ...
203. Ubisoft announced that splinter Cell and Assassin's Creed are both getting VR installments that will launch exclusively on Oculus headsets.
204. New splinter Cell and Assassin’s Creed games have been confirmed today for Oculus VR headsets, including the new Oculus Quest 2. Both of the upcoming | Trusted Reviews ...
205. Ubisoft is partnering with Oculus to create VR titles from splinter Cell and Assassin's Creed. The September Facebook Connect featured several announcements surrounding VR gaming. Following the reveal ...
206. Elizabeth Loverso revealed at Facebook Connect that Ubisoft is bringing two major franchises to VR: splinter Cell and Assassin's Creed.
207. During today's annual Facebook Connect, Ubisoft confirmed that Assassin's Creed and splinter Cell VR games are in development for Oculus.
208. Facebook and Ubisoft confirmed a partnership today that sees new virtual reality entries from the splinter Cell and Assassin's Creed franchises coming into the Oculus platforms as exclusives.
209. Virtual reality versions of Assassin’s Creed and splinter Cell are coming to Oculus. Facebook made the announcement during its Connect event today. Ubisoft will develop the VR versions of both games.
210. splinter sentence examples. splinter. Government will splinter once the attacks occur. 83. 37. Within the enclosure of the Khalifa's house is the tomb of Hubert Howard, son of the 9th earl of Carlisle, who was killed in the house at the capture of the city by a splinter of a shell fired at the Mandi's tomb. 27. 17.
211. Examples of splinter in a sentence, how to use it. 98 examples: The broken edges of such cylinders were smooth and lacked prominent splinters
212. Splinters sentence examples. Thin splinters and the sharp edges of fragments are transparent. 38. 16. The material does not splinter, so you don't have to worry about getting painful splinters in your hands and feet. 1. 0. Each finish is available in several formulas,
213. splinter in a sentence - Use "splinter" in a sentence 1. But deep down the Democrats are hoping that the GOP splinters. 2. This is an issue that could divide and splinter the party. click for more sentences of splinter: 7. splinters in a sentence. January 29, 2020 Sentence Dictionary. Sentence with the word splinters. 3. 7. Examples of splinter
214. splinter definition is - a thin piece split or broken off lengthwise : sliver. How to use splinter in a sentence.
215. Examples of splinter in a sentence. The karate master caused the wooden board to splinter when he chopped it with all his might. 🔊 If you use a sledgehammer, you can cause even tough materials like stone to splinter with the impact. 🔊 The glass bowl I was holding would definitely splinter into dozens of pieces if I accidentally dropped it
216. How to use splinter in a sentence. The splinter list of example sentences with splinter. Lists. synonyms. antonyms. definitions. examples "The splinter in your eye is the best magnifying-glass available" Theodor W. Adorno "Palestinians fear the barrier would splinter the State they seek" "A splinter of ice" "The party had begun to splinter
217. 64+2 sentence examples: 1. The girl had got a splinter in her toe. 2. I've got a splinter in my finger. 3. The mirror cracked but did not splinter. 4. The doctor dug the splinter out of her finger. 5. The windscreen cracked but didnot splinter. 6. He
218. Sentence Examples The parliamentary Greens went along with the radicals because they knew if they didn't the radicals would splinter the party. Oddly, according to official regulations and manuals no provision was made to carry spare swindle trees and splinter bars.
219. splinter meaning: 1. a small, sharp, broken piece of wood, glass, plastic, or similar material: 2. to break into…. Learn more.
220. splinter definition: splinter means a group that splits off from a main group. (adjective) An example of a splinter group would be a group of people who break off from a church denomination because of the denomination's position on gay marriage.
221. splinter definition: A splinter is a very thin, sharp piece of wood, glass, or other hard substance, which has | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
222. Use “splinter” in a sentence | “splinter” sentence examples یادگیری لغت splinter در جمله و متن؛ یک روش موثر برای حفظ لغت splinter اساتید زبان همیشه شاهد اعتراضات زبان‌آموزان هستند که در حفظ لغات ناکام‌اند و معمولاً جملات
223. The visitor's lips were twisted blue with cold, the voice was of splintered ice.: While online debates can be splintered and diffuse and sometimes clubby, I'm heartened by the sheer number of them.: From splintered bones in the coccyx, she was bedridden for nearly two years.: Caught between old allegiances to the empire, on the one hand, and patriot neighbours, on the other, the confederacy
224. Examples of splinters include -tarian and -terian (from vegetarian, as in the coinages eggitarian, fisheterian, and meatatarian) and -holic (shopaholic, chocoholic, textaholic, foodaholic). "The splinter is formally identical to a clipping , but whereas clippings function as full words, splinters do not" ( Concise Encyclopedia of Semantics , 2009).
225. Examples of how to use the word splinter in a sentence. Definitions, synonyms and translations are also available.
226. splinter party in a sentence - Use "splinter party" in a sentence 1. Of these splinter parties, the BCP has gained the most popular support. 2. A splinter party later emerged called the National Peasant Party of Dragoljub Jovanovi . click for more sentences of splinter party
227. Definition and high quality example sentences with “splinter” in context from reliable sources - Ludwig is the linguistic search engine that helps you to write better in English
228. 1. Government will splinter once the attacks occur.: 2. Oxygen, recognized by its power of igniting a glowing splinter, results from the decomposition of oxides of the noble metals, peroxides, chlorates, nitrates and other highly oxygenized salts.: 3. Within the enclosure of the Khalifa's house is the tomb of Hubert Howard, son of the 9th earl of Carlisle, who was killed in the house at the
229. Another word for splinter. Find more ways to say splinter, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at T, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
230. Some splinter skills, like those seen in Rainman, are so extraordinary that they are literally beyond the abilities of ordinary people.These are also called "savant skills."But most splinter skills are not as impressive. An example might be the ability of an autistic child to recite the entire script of a TV show without understanding the words or to put together a complex jigsaw puzzle
231. Sentence example with the word 'splinter' splinter atomize, camp, cut, fission, interest, morceau, political party, scoop, slat, snippet, tear Definition n. a small thin sharp bit or wood or glass or metal Last update: October 22, 2015
232. 15. 6. 13. Sentence Examples for splintering. 16. 23 sentence examples: 1. The stone : 15. Examples of splinter in a sentence, how to use it. 98 examples: The broken edges of such cylinders were smooth and lacked prominent splinters… 4. Use "splinter" in a sentence.
233. No. sentence; 1: The doctor dug the splinter out of her finger.: 2: He ran a splinter into his finger.: 3: Objects in the game roll down slopes and bounce realistically off each other; wooden items splinter when shot at and can be set on fire; metal items create sparks when scraped against walls.: 4: They noticed that the Elephant was limping, and then they saw the long blackwood splinter
234. A splinter party is a group of people who split from the main body of an organization, in order to create their own. Most splinter parties were formed as result of dissension over a controversial
235. splinter group definition: A splinter group is a group of people who break away from a larger group and form a | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
236. splinter parties in a sentence - Use "splinter parties" in a sentence 1. The remaining 17 percent supported other splinter parties, or were undecided. 2. Of these splinter parties, the BCP has gained the most popular support. click for more sentences of splinter parties
237. Splinter-party definition: Noun (plural splinter parties) 1. A political party formed by members of an existing one whose views or policies differ from those of the majority.
238. See examples of splinter in English. Real sentences showing how to use splinter correctly.
239. splinter in a sentence - Use "splinter" in a : 5. splinter in a sentence - Use "splinter" in a sentence 1. But deep down the Democrats are hoping that the GOP splinters. 2. This is an issue that could divide and splinter the party. click for more sentences of splinter: 6. splinters in a sentence. January 29, 2020 Sentence Dictionary.
240. Question: What is an example of a splinter party? Political Parties and US Government. In a seemingly odd omission from the Constitution, the Founding Fathers never addressed the role of political
241. Traductions en contexte de "splinter" en anglais-français avec Reverso Context : splinter group, splinter groups, splinter hemorrhage, splinter protection mask, bone splinter
242. splinter definition, a small, thin, sharp piece of wood, bone, or the like, split or broken off from the main body. See more.
243. [intransitive, transitive] (of wood, glass, stone, etc.) to break, or to make something break, into small, thin, sharp pieces synonym shatter The mirror cracked but did not splinter. The vase splintered into a thousand pieces. splinter something The impact splintered the wood.; She could hear the talons shredding and splintering the wood.
244. Translate splinter into Spanish. Find words for splinter in Spanish in this Spanish-English dictionary. Traducir splinter de Inglés a español.
245. This is extraordinary. We live in a culture where the terms fascist and racist are thrown about, if anything, too easily and too frequently. Yet here is a man whose every word and deed is easily explicable once you know the single essential thing about him: He is a member of a fascist splinter group that believes it is the salvation of the Catholic Church.
246. Translate splinter. See 7 authoritative translations of splinter in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.

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