fracted

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adjective fract·ed \ ˈfrak-təd \
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of fracted

obsolete

Origin and Etymology of fracted

Latin frāctus "broken" (past participle of frangere "to break, shatter") + 1-ed — more at 1break


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