Definition of Fragmentarily

1. adv. In a fragmentary manner; piecemeal.



Definition of Fragmentarily

1. Adverb. In a fragmentary manner. ¹

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Definition of Fragmentarily

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fragmentarily

fragilization
fragilizations
fragilocyte
fragilocytosis
fragipan
fragipans
fragment
fragment reaction
fragment shader
fragment shaders
fragmentable
fragmentak
fragmental
fragmentally
fragmentals
fragmentarily (current term)
fragmentariness
fragmentary
fragmentate
fragmentated
fragmentates
fragmentating
fragmentation
fragmentation bomb
fragmentation grenade
fragmentation grenades
fragmentation myocarditis
fragmentation of habitat
fragmentation of the myocardium
fragmentations

Literary usage of Fragmentarily

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1. The Bookman (1899)
"But neither was he. nor are they, of necessity, intellectually "content to accept the world fragmentarily," though they may be so, as Montaigne was, ..."

2. Cultural Reality by Florian Znaniecki (1919)
"... fragmentarily experienced, fragmentarily reconstructed, intermingled, multiform, and changing. And the total empirical, real world viewed in its full ..."

3. The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews by Frederic William Farrar (1893)
"The nearest English representative of the word is " fragmentarily," which is not meant as a term of absolute but only of relative disparagement. ..."

4. "In the Days of Thy Youth.": Sermons on Practical Subjects, Preached at by Frederic William Farrar (1877)
"But in these last days, in this new dispensation, not fragmentarily, but in one final whole; not multifariously, but by one divine, eternal Voice, ..."

5. The Light of the World: And Other Sermons by Phillips Brooks (1891)
"The first feeling is a pure delight and thankfulness for our existence and its blessedness, even fragmentarily as we conceive of them; but, because we do ..."

6. The Light of the World: And Other Sermons by Phillips Brooks (1890)
"The first feeling is a pure delight and thankfulness for our existence and its blessedness, even fragmentarily as we conceive of them; but, because we do ..."

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