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Synonyms for broken

physically and forcibly separated into pieces or cracked or split

not continuous in space, time, or sequence or varying abruptly

subdued or brought low in condition or status

(especially of promises or contracts) having been violated or disregarded

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tamed or trained to obey

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topographically very uneven

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imperfectly spoken or written

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thrown into a state of disarray or confusion

weakened and infirm

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destroyed financially

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out of working order ('busted' is an informal substitute for 'broken')

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discontinuous

lacking a part or parts

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Analyses revealed that guilt and brokenness produced more positive outcomes than shame.
Caption: "I find that being able to move into my brokenness in a really intentional way actually helps me," says Melanie Delva.
Once Broken identifies things we do to ourselves and others do to us that cause brokenness and presents seven definitive steps to restore wholeness.
Embracing brokenness and compassion empowers us to live with just mercy Before McMillian died in 2013, he taught the author that "mercy is just when it is rooted in hopefulness and freely given.
I have heard time and again that every adoption begins with brokenness.
With them, the couple wishes for everyone to see an important lesson - "to recognise that we all carry an element of brokenness in our lives," because "appreciating our own brokenness helps enormously to reduce our tendency to be judgemental of others which is such a block for evangelisation.
Seen from the outside, he wants to have his cake and eat it too: to prove the existence of God with one single argument while maintaining the brokenness and weakness of human existence resulting in his living in exile, at a great distance from his Maker.
Look at the sinkholes, the sloped brokenness, a twinned
If you truly believe in Jesus Christ you will be spared brokenness, suffering, doubt, and uncertainty.
While the pace is quick, the interviews delve into subjects that captivated Nouwen, such as vocation, brokenness, reconciliation, relationship, and belonging.
Recognizing the brokenness in her community, Jones said she wanted to find a way for her church to reach out.
We're seeing a lot more backbone brokenness on the IPv6 Internet than on the IPv4 Internet.
The final essay, by Christopher Newell, highlights the ultimate paradox of disability as also the paradox of the cross, which valorizes brokenness.