Reverse Word Search Lookup

Comprehensive
Dictionary Suite
Help
Help
Help
 
breach a broken area or gap, esp. in a solid structure. [1/7 definitions]
breakage the condition of being broken. [3/4 definitions]
break up to break or be broken (into pieces or sections). [1/6 definitions]
brittle easily broken, esp. along smooth fracture lines. [1/4 definitions]
brushwood branches that have been chopped or broken off trees or bushes. [1/2 definitions]
butt1 the end of something that remains after the rest has been consumed or broken off. [1/3 definitions]
cackle to make the sharp, broken cry of a hen. [2/5 definitions]
chip1 a small piece broken, cut, or chopped off of a hard material. [1/10 definitions]
C horizon in a profile of soil, the third level, just above bedrock, consisting of rock that is only somewhat broken or weathered.
compound fracture a fracture in which the broken bone has torn through the skin.
corky of bottled spirits, spoiled by a rotten or broken cork. [1/2 definitions]
cracked partially separated; broken. [1/3 definitions]
crispy brittle and easily broken or crumbled; crisp. [1/2 definitions]
crumbly likely to crumble; easily broken, esp. into crumbs.
debacle a torrent of rushing water or broken-up ice, as on a river; flood. [1/3 definitions]
debris in geology, an accumulation of broken pieces of rock. [1/2 definitions]
delicacy the quality of being fragile or easily broken. [1/8 definitions]
detritus a mass of small rocks or particles broken up by geological or climatic forces. [1/2 definitions]
fracture the act of breaking or the state of being broken, esp. a bone. [1/7 definitions]
fragility the condition of being delicate and easily broken.
fragment a broken off or incomplete part. [1/3 definitions]