Noun(1) a broken piece of a brittle artifact
(1) She gave him her hand, and he looked down at the small cut that had protruding from it a tiny shard of glass.(2) I've chipped too many porcelain pots to be comfortable with the idea of glass shards in my first cup of the day.(3) There were men, all with their faces covered, tidying the shards of glass from the hall.(4) And they say that the broken shards of glass missed his jugular vein by inches.(5) Saying that shards of broken glass are razor sharp is an understatement.(6) Our emotions will be erupting like thermal steam vents, containing sharp silica glass shards from lava rock.(7) The shards of glass that have fallen inside the booth rattle in sympathy with the grinding percussive rhythm.(8) Her feet suffered many cuts due to the broken shards of glass on the filthy floor.(9) He pulled himself to his feet and brushed the dirt and glass shards off of himself.(10) Ignoring the shards of glass that pierced his hands and knees, he fumbled towards her.(11) Parliament house is too far away, and our thick curtains would contain any glass shards .(12) There was a smell of burnt rubber and shards of glass littered the pub entrance.(13) Chris flinched away from the shards of glass, but the window remained intact and transparent.(14) It detonated and smoke covered the room, sending shards of glass spraying over us.(15) The wings were shards of mossy glass - shards of a broken mirror, each adorned by a frightening eye.(16) The restaurant was gutted by the blast, while shards of glass covered the street.
1. fragment ::
2. sliver ::
3. splinter ::
4. shiver ::
5. chip ::
6. piece ::
7. bit ::
8. particle ::
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