fragmentized

[frag-muhn-tahyzd]
adjective

Origin:
fragmentize + -ed2

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fragmentize

[frag-muhn-tahyz]
verb (used with object), fragmentized, fragmentizing.
1.
to break (something) into fragments; break (something) apart.
verb (used without object), fragmentized, fragmentizing.
2.
to fall into fragments.
Also, especially British, fragmentise.


Origin:
1805–15; fragment + -ize

fragmentization, noun
fragmentizer, noun
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Example sentences
At present there is no cure or uniformly effective treatment, leading to fragmentized and costly tinnitus care.
However, units cannot be so fragmentized so as to be inadequate for viable collective bargaining.
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