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adjective. ['ˈʃætɝɪŋ'] seemingly loud enough to break something; violently rattling or clattering.
- keep quiet
Rhymes with Shattering
Sentences with shattering
1. Verb, gerund or present participle
If you try to pull the bulb out by the glass, you risk shattering it.
2. Noun, singular or mass
When it breaks, it shatters—and is unlikely to leak or crack before shattering.
Quotes about shattering
1. First bubble baths. Now Disney parks. You're shattering every creep vampire myth I've ever heard.
- Jeaniene Frost, Eternal Kiss of Darkness
2. Sometimes the best of gods gift's arrive by the shattering of all the window panes.
- Paulo Coelho, Brida
3. But that did not stop her heart from shattering into countless pieces or her soul from shredding into slivers.
- Farrah Naseem
adjective. sufficiently significant to affect the whole world.
noun. ['ˈʃætɝɪŋ'] the act of breaking something into small pieces.