Meaning of fragmentarily in English:



See fragmentary

‘These pieces amount to two anthems which survive complete, and some Anglican liturgical music which survives fragmentarily in Durham Cathedral Library and cannot be reconstructed.’
  • ‘In the first place the elements of a simple past-tense narrative concerning Aristeas do not, even fragmentarily, run sequentially from the beginning to the end of the poem.’
  • ‘Popular entertainment depicting disabled characters allude to these fears and prejudice or address them obliquely or fragmentarily, seeking to reassure ourselves.’
  • ‘That is, what conceptualization that person was attempting to symbolize, however tentatively and fragmentarily, using the linguistic resources available to him or her.’
  • ‘Patient viewers will notice that a barely perceptible sheet of glass separates the two women, and they will also register two men seen fragmentarily.’