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Another word for splinter

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Verb
  1. To crack or split into two or more fragments by means of or as a result of force, a blow, or strain

      1. To break into two or more pieces or parts; sever:
      2. To become broken into parts or disunited.
      3. To dissolve (a connection or relationship):
      1. To break (something) into pieces suddenly, noisily, and violently; shatter.
      2. To break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow or collision:
      3. To break or shatter into pieces with noise or violence
      1. To cause (a sail) to flutter by sailing too close to the wind.
      2. To cause to break suddenly into fragments or splinters.
      3. To break into fragments or splinters; shatter.
      1. To cause the destruction or ruin of; destroy:
      2. To break into pieces; smash or burst:
      3. To break or burst into pieces suddenly, as with a blow
      1. To break or dismay (the heart, spirit, etc.)
      2. To break or distress (the spirit, for example).
      3. To break into pieces, as by a blow; cleave or split asunder.
      1. (Obsolete) Past participle of rive
      2. To burst open; split
      3. To cause to split open or break.
      1. To disrupt or destroy as if by breaking:
      2. To cause to break:
      3. To break up; disintegrate
      1. To cause to give up a habit:
      2. To exchange for smaller monetary units:
      3. To fail to conform to; violate:
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    help

  2. To break away or withdraw from membership in an association or a federation.

Another word for splinter

Noun
      1. (Golf) Any of a set of numbered clubs, originally with wooden heads, having various lofts: the number 1 wood is usually called a driver; the number 2 wood, number 3 wood, and number 4 wood are used for long, medium, and short fairway shots, respectively
      2. (--- Sports) Any of a series of golf clubs used to hit long shots, having a bulbous head made of wood, metal, or graphite, and numbered one to five in order of increasing loft.
      3. Trees cut and prepared for use in making things; lumber or timber
      1. A thin, usually fried slice of food, especially a potato chip:
      2. Wood, palm leaf, or straw split and woven into bonnets, hats, etc.
      3. A small broken or cut off piece, as of wood, stone, or glass.
      1. (Archaeology) A stone fragment removed from a core or from another flake by percussion or pressure, serving as a preform or as a tool or blade itself.
      2. A thin piece or layer split off or peeled off from anything; chip
      3. A flat thin piece or layer; a chip.
      1. Any single thing, amount, specimen, example, etc.
      2. An object that is one member of a group or class:
      3. A coin:
      1. (Grammar) A sentence fragment.
      2. An incomplete or isolated portion; a bit:
      3. A part broken away from a whole; broken piece
      1. An attack of shivering. Used with the.
      2. A fragment or splinter.
      3. A fragment or splinter of something broken, as glass
      1. A small narrow piece, portion, or plot:
      2. A thin, sharp piece that has been cut, split, or broken off something; splinter
      3. A slender piece cut, split, or broken off; a splinter:
    See also:

    bit

Verb
      1. To separate, cut, or divide into two or more parts; cause to separate along the grain or length; break into layers
      2. To separate or break up through failure to agree, etc.
      3. To divide and share:
      1. To break into pieces; smash or burst:
      2. To cause to break or burst suddenly into pieces, as with a violent blow.
      3. To break or burst into pieces; smash
      1. To cause (a sail) to flutter by sailing too close to the wind.
      2. To cause to break suddenly into fragments or splinters.
      3. To break into fragments or splinters; shatter.
    See also:

    break

    smash

    break