Examples of fragmentary in a Sentence
discovering fragmentary remains of primitive animals
the historical record of this pharaoh's life and reign is fragmentary at best
Recent Examples of fragmentary from the Web
This time, though, Ramsay goes further into abstraction and fragmentary narrative, all for the better.
The discovery helped flesh out a species known previously only through teeth and fragmentary jaws.
Rather than cataloguing Ethiopia’s turbulent modern history, Ms Edemariam stitches together the fragmentary memories and experiences of a single woman.
Google and Facebook have shared some fragmentary information with the Seattle commission, and through them Sanders is getting his own window into the online political marketplace.
Adrienne Kennedy’s brief, fragmentary play about an interracial romance in the Jim Crow South brings its lovers together and apart for the last time.
The midcentury ships reflected the spiky decorative taste of that period, but the glory days of ocean travel were soon to become a thing of the past, recalled through the fragmentary but potent evocations in this transporting exhibition.
As a consequence, fragmentary and spasmodic reforms have failed to reach down to the profoundest needs of the poor.
Blocks of text beneath the images suggest fragmentary and somewhat disturbing narratives having to do with girl trouble, problems finding a job, racial profiling.
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FRAGMENTARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fragmentary for English Language Learners
: made up of parts or pieces : made up of fragments
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