Definition of Breakaways

1. Noun. (plural of breakaway) ¹



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Definition of Breakaways

1. breakaway [n] - See also: breakaway

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Breakaways

break the seal
break through
break up
break water
break with
breakabilities
breakability
breakable
breakableness
breakables
breakage
breakages
breakaway
breakaway phenomenon
breakaways (current term)
breakax
breakaxe
breakbeat
breakbeats
breakbone fever
breakbulk
breakcore
breakdance
breakdanced
breakdancer
breakdancers
breakdances
breakdancing
breakdown

Literary usage of Breakaways

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1. Circular by United States Weather Bureau, Confederate States of America Nitre and Mining Bureau (1920)
"Few breakaways are caused by the pull exceeding the formal tensile strength of clean undamaged wire. Kinks, sharp ->ends, rust spots, or flaws in the ..."

2. A Strategy for Assessing Science: Behavioral and Social Research on Aging by Irwin Feller, Paul C. Stern (2007)
"Some breakaways succeed and some fail, but because of the difficulties of making progress by working alone (wind resistance, in the bicycle race analogy), ..."

3. The Beast by Ben Barr Lindsey, Harvey Jerrold O'Higgins (1910)
"(During these eight years, the police, I was told, lost forty-two "breakaways" who were never recovered.) And we saved the county several thousand dollars ..."

4. International Religious Freedom (2000): Report to Congress by the Department edited by Barbara Larkin (2001)
"Although these churches originally were founded as breakaways from various mission churches (the so-called Ethiopian churches), the African Independent ..."

5. The Mount Vernon Street Warrens: A Boston Story, 1860-1910 by Martin Green (1880)
"The breakaways, who became known as Mugwumps after Charles A. Dana used that term, demanded good government and higher moral standards in politics. ..."

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