Upstairs, in the living room, splintered logs of hemlock cackled and spat from inside the wood stove.
Syria is splintered politically, with lots of communities, including Christians and minorities, still on the fence.
All sources face so splintered a media world that the charitable pie is cut into smaller and smaller slices.
Once a rock-solid GOP constituency, the Cuban-American community has splintered.
He didn't lose anyone in "The Sudden Departure," but his family has splintered anyway.
He made his way across the splintered flooring and piled-up chairs.
Then we splintered the hot stone by throwing water on it, and dug out the splinters.
Blows began to batter down doors and those of the Boyd home were splintered as well as those of their neighbors.
In a fury he flung the glass from him, so that it crashed and splintered upon the floor.
At the experiments last year the wooden booms were unhinged and splintered under a much less violent shock.
To have a drink of liquor (1850+ Nautical)