Definition of Fractur

1. fraktur [n -S] - See also: fraktur



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fractur

fractionations
fractionator
fractionators
fractioned
fractioning
fractions
fractious
fractiously
fractiousness
fractiousnesses
fractogram
fractographic
fractographical
fractography
fracts
fractur (current term)
fractural
fracture
fracture bed
fracture by contrecoup
fracture dislocation
fracture fixation
fracture healing
fractured
fracturer
fracturers
fractures
fracturing
fracturs
fractus

Literary usage of Fractur

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1. The Practical Book of Early American Arts and Crafts by Harold Donaldson Eberlein, Abbot McClure (1916)
"The baptismal certificate, just discussed, represents the opposite extreme of fractur expression to that executed by the religious at Ephrata. ..."

2. The nomenclature of diseases by Royal College of Physicians of London (1869)
"... de l'articulation des phalanges fractur des Schl├╝sselbeins fractur des ... fractur oder falsches Gelenk Verrenkung Verrenkung des Sterno-Clavi- ..."

3. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1897)
"It appeared upon inquiry that the art of fractur was easily traceable to Germany ... If the existence of fractur in Pennsylvania had been adequately noticed ..."

4. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1914)
"Mr. 21. '14. Frackelton, Susan S. Monastery Hill bindery. House B. 33: 122-4. Mr. '14. fractur painting. Art of fractur in early Pennsylvania. HD Eberlein. ..."

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