Synonym: break away, secede, sliver. Similar words: plinth, intercom, painter, interim, wintery, intermit, Internet, interval. Meaning: ['splɪntə(r)] n. a small thin sharp bit or wood or glass or metal. v. 1. withdraw from an organization or communion 2. divide into slivers or splinters 3. break up into splinters or slivers.
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1 The girl had got a splinter in her toe.
2 I've got a splinter in my finger.
3 The mirror cracked but did not splinter.
4 The doctor dug the splinter out of her finger.
5 The windscreen cracked but didnot splinter.
6 He ran a splinter into his finger.
7 The party began to splinter.
8 I have got a splinter in my finger.
9 The party has broken up into several splinter groups.
10 A small splinter of metal had lodged in his thumb.
11 The various splinter groups all claim allegiance to the true spirit of the movement.
12 If you don't take the splinter out,[www.Sentencedict.com] it will fester.
13 I got a splinter in my finger while I was sawing the wood.
14 Countries splinter, regional trading blocs grow, the global economy becomes ever more interconnected.
15 He'd given up woodwork, having driven a splinter through his thumbnail.
16 He was a leader of the 1892 splinter group in the Berlin Society.
17 The losing group tends to splinter: conflicts come to the surface; blame is allocated.
18 In Berlin a splinter group formed within the Society, but it did not secede until 1898.
19 So the civil rights movement began to splinter, and young blacks in particular followed more militant leaders.
20 He added that splinter groups should not be pulling the carpet out from under the coalition.
21 She sucked so hard that she drew the splinter of wood out of her finger.
22 He'd quarrelled with them(sentencedict.com), and formed a splinter group of one.
23 Meanwhile, a republican splinter group torn apart by a savage feud over drugs money has agreed to disband.
24 An incision was made into his hand to take out the splinter.
25 A few members of the party broke away to form a splinter group.
26 The Socialist Workers' Party seemed to split into several splinter groups.
27 A five-metre scrum in the closing minutes saw them splinter the Quins pack for Charles to touch down.
28 When he struck it hard against the trunk of the tree it seemed solid and did not break or splinter.
29 Or even, for old times' sake, one of the left splinter parties.
30 They concluded that she would be exposed to great danger from a splinter of flax.
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