verb. ['ˈsplɪt'] separate into parts or portions.
- carve up
- change integrity
- split up
- female parent
Words that Rhyme with Split
How do you spell split? Is it splitted ?
A common misspelling of split is splitted
Example sentences of the word split
1. Noun, singular or mass
Work the split ring through the circular loop on your dog's collar.
2. Verb, base form
When they start to grow large, you might want to split your rosemary plants into smaller sections.
3. Verb, past participle
The arrangement styles allows the I30 keyboard to be split in half.
4. Verb, past tense
After flowering, Spanish moss produces tiny seed capsules that split open and spill their contents.
Quotes containing the word split
1. Sometimes I find I'm wearing a divided, split brain in terms of drama and humor.
- Ridley Scott
2. The success that Americans are said to worship is success of a specific sort: accomplished not through hard work, primarily, but through the ingenious angle, the big break. Sit down at a lunch counter, stand back up a star. Invest in a new issue and watch it soar. Split a single atom, win a war.
- Walter Kirn
3. A book without potty humor is like a banana split without hot fudge. It can still be good, I suppose, but you kinda get the feeling that something is missing.
- Dav Pilkey
noun. ['ˈsplɪt'] extending the legs at right angles to the trunk (one in front and the other in back).
- acrobatic feat
verb. ['ˈsplɪt'] separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument.
verb. ['ˈsplɪt'] discontinue an association or relation; go different ways.
- give the gate
- break with
- give the bounce
- split up
- break up
- give the axe
- break away
verb. ['ˈsplɪt'] come open suddenly and violently, as if from internal pressure.
- split up
- stave in
- break open
- come apart
- keep quiet
verb. ['ˈsplɪt'] go one's own way; move apart.
- spread out
- conform to
adjective. ['ˈsplɪt'] having been divided; having the unity destroyed.
noun. ['ˈsplɪt'] an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart.
noun. ['ˈsplɪt'] a lengthwise crack in wood.
noun. ['ˈsplɪt'] (tenpin bowling) a divided formation of pins left standing after the first bowl.