a small thin sharp bit or wood or glass or metal
"he got a splinter in his finger"; "it broke into slivers"
secede, splinter, break away(verb)
withdraw from an organization or communion
"After the break up of the Soviet Union, many republics broke away"
divide into slivers or splinters
break up into splinters or slivers
"The wood splintered"
A long, sharp fragment of material; often wood.
A group that formed by splitting off from a larger membership.
To come apart into long sharp fragments.
The tall tree splintered during the storm.
To cause to break apart into long sharp fragments.
His third kick splintered the door.
To break, or cause to break, into factions.
to split or rend into long, thin pieces; to shiver; as, the lightning splinters a tree
to fasten or confine with splinters, or splints, as a broken limb
to become split into long pieces
a thin piece split or rent off lengthwise, as from wood, bone, or other solid substance; a thin piece; a sliver; as, splinters of a ship's mast rent off by a shot
Origin: [See Splinter, v., or Splint, n.]
Splinter is the seventh studio album by American punk rock band The Offspring, released on December 9, 2003. It was the first album the band released without drummer Ron Welty and also the first to have a Parental Advisory label on some album covers, even though many of their previous albums contain profanity. Although not as successful as The Offspring's albums between Smash and Conspiracy of One, Splinter received gold certification two months after its release. The album received average reviews, but still sold reasonably well. It debuted at 30 on the U.S. Billboard 200 with around 87,000 copies sold in its first week. "Hit That" and " Head Around You" were the only two singles to accompany this album. "Spare Me the Details" was also released as a single, but charted only in New Zealand.
The numerical value of splinter in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of splinter in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of splinter in a Sentence
Have you even been in love Horrible, isn't it It makes you so vulnrable. It opens your chest and it opens your heart and it means someone can get inside you and mess you up. You build up all these defenses. You build up this whole armor, for years, so nothing can hurt you, then one stupid person, no different from any other stupid person, wanders into your stupid life...You give them a piece of you. They don't ask for it. They do something dumb one day like kiss you, or smile at you, and then your life isn't your own anymore. Love takes hostages. It gets inside you. It eats you out and leaves you crying in the darkness, so a simple phrase like 'maybe we should just be friends' or 'how very perceptive' turns into a glass splinter working its way into your heart. It hurts. Not just in the imagination. Not just in the mind. It's a soul-hurt, a body-hurt, a real gets-inside-you-and-rips-you-apart pain. I hate love.
It was less than cordial, because there were a lot of concerns there, but I tried very hard to explain to them that this is not a splinter group, that we are veterans and happen to be gay.
I would generally recommend that you not leave a splinter in place.
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Translations for splinter
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- estellaCatalan, Valencian
- štípat, štěpit, tříska, odštěpitCzech
- zersplittern, Splittergruppe, SplitterGerman
- ακίδα, θραύσμα, σκλήθραGreek
- astillar, esquirla, astillaSpanish
- kild, pindEstonian
- pirstale, hajota, hajottaa, sirpale, sirpaleryhmä, säleFinnish
- esquille, éclat, faction, échardeFrench
- spealgScottish Gaelic
- forgács, szálkaHungarian
- fazione, scheggiaItalian
- 破片, 刺Japanese
- ხიჭვი, ხიწვიGeorgian
- 나무 조각Korean
- schidia, assulaLatin
- trupinys, rakštis, drožlėLithuanian
- спица, деланкаMacedonian
- versplinteren, splintergroep, splinter, splinterenDutch
- odłam, drzazga, odłamekPolish
- schisma, factiune, așchieRomanian
- раскалываться, раскалывать, отщепенцы, расщеплять, заноза, щепка, расщеплятьсяRussian
- astua, astula, ascia, schedra, alcia, ascra, scheldaSardinian
- avknoppning, sticka, utbrytning, flisaSwedish
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