un-fragmented

fragmented

[frag-muhn-tid, -men-, frag-men-]
adjective
1.
reduced to fragments.
2.
existing or functioning as though broken into separate parts; disorganized; disunified: a fragmented personality; a fragmented society.

Origin:
1810–20; fragment + -ed3

nonfragmented, adjective
overfragmented, adjective
unfragmented, adjective
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Word Origin & History

fragment
1530s, from L. fragmentum "a fragment, remnant," from root of frangere "to break" (see fraction). The verb is first recorded 1818 in Keats' "Endymion." Related: Fragmented; fragmenting.
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Medical Dictionary

fragment frag·ment (frāg'mənt)
n.

  1. A small part broken off or detached.

  2. An incomplete or isolated portion; a bit.

v. frag·ment·ed, frag·ment·ing, frag·ments (frāg'měnt')
To break or separate into fragments.
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