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  1. splin·ter

    /ˈsplin(t)ər/

    noun

    • 1. a small, thin, sharp piece of wood, glass, or similar material broken off from a larger piece: "a splinter of ice"

    verb

    • 1. break or cause to break into small sharp fragments: "the soap box splintered"
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  3. Splinter | Definition of Splinter by Merriam-Webster

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    Splinter definition is - a thin piece split or broken off lengthwise : sliver. How to use splinter in a sentence.

  4. splin·ter (splĭn′tər) n. 1. A sharp, slender piece, as of wood, bone, glass, or metal, split or broken off from a main body. 2. A splinter group. v. splin·tered, splin ...

  5. Splinter | Definition of Splinter at Dictionary.com

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    noun a small, thin, sharp piece of wood, bone, or the like, split or broken off from the main body.

  6. SPLINTER | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    a small, sharp, piece of wood, glass, or similar material that has broken off a larger piece: She tried to ignore the splinter in her foot.

  7. SPLINTER | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    Jan 04, 2021 · a small, sharp, piece of wood, glass, or similar material that has broken off a larger piece: She tried to ignore the splinter in her foot.

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  8. The definition of a splinter is a sharp thin piece that's been split or broken off of something, or a group that has broken off from another group. An example of a splinter is a tiny piece of wood that gets caught under your skin after walking barefoot on an old wooden deck.

  9. Splinter - Wikipedia

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    Getting a splinter. Generally, a splinter causes an initial feeling of pain as the sharp object makes its initial penetration through the body. Through this penetration, the object cuts through the cutaneous layer of the skin, and settles in the subcutaneous layer of the skin, and can even penetrate further down, breaking the sub-cutaneous layer, settling in muscle tissue, or even the bone.

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    • Wood, glass, plastic, metal, and spines of animals
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