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biodegradable able to be broken down by the action of living organisms such as bacteria.
breaker1 a heavy ocean wave that breaks into foam on the shore or at sea.
brittle easily broken. [1/2 definitions]
butt1 the end of something that remains after the rest has been eaten or broken off. [1/2 definitions]
cackle to make the sharp, broken cry of a hen. [3/4 definitions]
cast a thick, stiff covering for an injured limb or joint, especially one in which the bone is broken. A cast is made of cloth and some kind of liquid material that can become very hard and solid. [1/12 definitions]
chip1 a small piece broken, cut, or chopped off of a hard material. [1/6 definitions]
continuous going on without pausing or stopping; not broken.
durable not easily broken or worn out; lasting; sturdy.
fragile easily broken; delicate.
fragment a broken-off or incomplete part.
frail1 easily broken or damaged. [1/2 definitions]
guilt the fact of having done something wrong or having broken a law. [1/2 definitions]
iceberg a large floating mass of ice that has broken from a glacier.
injury a particular wound or other physical problem caused by damage, such as a cut, a broken bone, or a burn. [1/2 definitions]
on the blink broken; needing repair.
part to become divided or broken into parts; split. [1/13 definitions]
past participle a participle that either indicates a completed action or past state, such as "broken" in "I have broken my arm," or serves as an adjective, as "broken" in "a broken toy."
pillory a wooden structure that had holes for holding a person's head and hands. Pillories were used in early America to punish people who had broken the law by having them displayed in this way and be laughed at by the public.
plead to give one's answer to a specific charge of having broken a law. [1/2 definitions]
prison a building for holding and punishing people who have broken the law.