fragmentise, decompose, share, scrap, particle, disperse, hint, end, division, resolve, dot, break down, big, trifle, sherd, break apart, crock up, minim, leftover, detail, take apart, recess, atom, stub, pick, molecule, garbage, crumble, iota, continue, crumb, dispel, instalment, adjourn, taster, speck, subdivision, study at part, shard, scruple, whit, crash, crack up, substructure, remnant, break up, dash, waste, cut off, trash, crack, bit, modicum, landfill, ruin, help, smidgen, a little, litter, split up, scatter, sample, tittle, grain, remains, unit, mite, collapse, drop, a bit, trace, dissolve, dram, fall apart, disrupt, spot, junk, interrupt, e-waste, fragmentize, debris, butt, dissipate, ounce, dab, ort, shred, calve, jot
curtail (part of speech: verb)
dissociate (part of speech: verb)
disconnect, uncouple, alienate, detach, sever, divide, halve, disjoin, rupture, dissociate, segregate, disassociate, divorce, disengage, break, insulate, excise, partition, rend, separate, part, dismantle, split, cleave, disunite, sunder
component (part of speech: noun)
fraction (part of speech: noun)
shatter (part of speech: verb)
separate (part of speech: verb)
- The ancient see of St. Pierre d'Aleth had, at one time, its dignity vested in a bishop who enthroned himself in a cathedral, the remains of which exist to- day only as a fragment built into the fortifications. - "The Cathedrals of Northern France", Francis Miltoun.
- But again and again the same swift shadow, like the fragment of a storm- cloud, passed across the light, and the wild scream of the bird caused the scholars to watch and to listen. - "The Log School-House on the Columbia", Hezekiah Butterworth.
- He handed a fragment to me to look at. - "Father Payne", Arthur Christopher Benson.