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fracture
used in Oliver Twist

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Definition
a crack (or break) of a hard object — such as bone or rock; or the act of cracking or breaking
  • "I was so struck all of a heap, that you might have fractured my skull with a toothpick," says the poor man; "but we're sure to have him; for between ten and eleven o'clock at night he passed again."
    Chapter 31 — Involves a Critical Position (61% in)

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