lacrimation, lachrymation, tearing, watering(adj)
fierce, tearing, vehement, violent, trigger-happy(adj)
marked by extreme intensity of emotions or convictions; inclined to react violently; fervid
"fierce loyalty"; "in a tearing rage"; "vehement dislike"; "violent passions"
The act by which something is torn; a laceration.
Distortion of an animated display when the contents of the framebuffer are rendered while it contains portions of two or more frames.
continuous shedding of tears; epiphora
a tearing hurry
Tearing is the act of breaking apart a material by force, without the aid of a cutting tool. A tear in a piece of paper, fabric, or some other similar object may be the result of the intentional effort with one's bare hands, or be accidental. Unlike a cut, which is generally on a straight or patterned line controlled by a tool such as scissors, a tear is generally uneven and, for the most part, unplanned. An exception is a tear along a perforated line, as found on a roll of toilet paper or paper towels, which has been previously partially cut, so the effort of tearing will probably produce a straight line. Materials vary in their susceptibility to tearing. Some materials may be quite resistant to tearing when they are in their full form, but when a small cut or tear is made, the material becomes compromised, and the effort needed to continue tearing along that line becomes less. Materials can be characterized by standard methods to measure their 'tear strength'. There are several applicable standards which vary around the world. The variables which affect the tear strength can be summarized neatly by the quote: "The value of tear strength obtained depends on the shape of the test piece, speed of stretching and temperature of test."
The numerical value of tearing in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of tearing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of tearing in a Sentence
We are tearing that building down.
I am tearing myself apart trying to keep myself together
Tearing your fellow Democrats down may get you a temporary boost in the polls.
They confessed to tearing down the voter lists because they liked the color pink.
If you aren't working to build your team up, then you're part of what's tearing it down.
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