|cotter, split pin||cotter pin|
|able to be split, fissionable, splittable, fissionable; cleavable||fissile|
|act of breaking something, break (i.e. in a bone); act of breaking; state of being broken; split, crack, break of bone, break or crack, cause a break (i.e. in a bone); break, crack; be broken, be split, be cracked, cause or undergo damage, rock break, ...||fracture|
|act of splitting, cleaving, separating, dividing, causing to split; cleaving; separating; very loud, deafening; very fast; extremely painful, Freudian defense mechanism||splitting|
|act of splitting, crease visible between breasts, repeated division of fertilized egg, rock or mineral fracture, segmentation, split in something, splitting of a molecule, rupturing; division, separation (between opinions, beliefs, etc.); area between ...||cleavage|
|action that separates or separate condition, agreement not to live together, departure from group, division, dumping part of rocket, place of meeting or space between, split, gap, breach; state of being divided; act of splitting, act of dividing; disco...||separation|
|any metamorphic crystalline rock that can be easily split into layers, rock that splits into layers||schist|
|any of a group of minerals which easily split into thin leaves and are often transparent, common mineral, isinglass||mica|
|appear momentarily, badge on uniform or vehicle, beam, gleam, flare; spark; brief news dispatch; outbreak; split-second; flash of a camera; showiness, brief moment, bright lighting used in photography, catch fire suddenly, coat something for protection...||flash|
|area of sore skin, be cracked or split; crack, become sore and roughened, crack in ground, lower jaw, man, rift, gap, breach; guy, fellow||chap|
|attach with a pin; confuse; cause worry; occupy oneself with useless activities, cottar, cotter pin, peg; cottager; peasant farmer; tenant farmer, wedge or bolt keeping things together||cotter|
|backwash, burst open, split, cleave, disagreement, fault, gap or break, shallow water, cleft, fissure, crevice; break in friendly relations; disagreement that causes a break in friendly relations||rift|
|be overwhelmed, be very full, become suddenly noticed, divide paper, erupt; break open; break into; shatter, smash into pieces, eruption; gush, spurt; volley of gunshots, explosion or rupture, flow over something, gunfire, make something split, move su...||burst|
|belaying pin, bobby pin, bowling pin, cotter pin, fasten something with pins, fasten with pins, attach with pins; stick, stab; confine, hold, immobilize, give a fraternity pin to somebody, guide on computer printer, hairpin, hold wrestling opponent dow...||pin|
|birth defect that is characterized by a split in the spinal column, condition of spinal column||spina bifida|
|bomb fragment, break into sharp fragments, break off into small slender fragments; cause to split into small slender fragments; separate into factions, divide group, small slender fragment that has broken off of a larger piece (of glass, wood, etc.); s...||splinter|
|branch of road or river, branch out, split, separate, divide; make into the shape of a fork; pierce or lift with a fork, cause to branch, chess position, divide into two, dividing point in road or river, eating utensil with two or more prongs; pitchfor...||fork|
|branch out, divide, split; form into branches, forked, branched, divided, to fork||furcate|
|breach in relations, break, burst, or tear something, split, tear; breach in friendly relations, estrangement, broken state of something, cause rift in relationship, hernia, produce or have hernia, tear tissue, cause to burst, cause to break; be torn, ...||rupture|
|break apart into small pieces, break into fragments, lose wholeness, split atoms||disintegrate|
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