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3. schism, separation, disunion, falling-out, parting of the ways; discord, dissension, disagreement, friction, variance, conflict; hostility, antagonism, antipathy, enmity, ill will, bad blood; alienation, disaffection, estrangement.
-v. 4. open, open up, make an opening, break open, lay open, break through, gap, burst, SI. bust; cleave, crack, split, fracture, rupture.
5. violate, transgress, trespass, contravene, infringe; defy, flaunt, make a mockery of, take the law into one's own hands.

breadth, n. 1. width, broadness, wideness, thickness; diameter, radius, caliber, bore; stretch, spread, reach, span; section, piece.
2. extent, magnitude, measure, degree, quantity, amount, fullness; capacity, volume, proportions, dimensions, size, gauge, bulk, content; scope, range, area, play, compass, swing, sweep.
3. expanse, space, extention, expansion, spaciousness, extensiveness, amplitude, vastness, immensity, capaciousness, largeness, roominess; open space, free space, clearing, opening.
4. liberality, liberalness, latitude, open-mindedness, broad-mindedness, magnanimity.

break, v. 1. smash, shatter, batter, beat, crash; fracture, fragmentize, splinter, shiver, tear, chip, crack, snap; split, rend, reave, tear apart, wrench apart, pull to pieces; cleave, sunder, disjoint, cut off, break off, sever; crush, grind, pulverize, mash, granulate, hash, crumble, powder, pound; destroy, demolish, wreck, SI. total, SI. bust, ruin, knock to pieces; cut up, chop up, mince, hack up; mangle, lacerate, maim, make mincemeat of, mutilate; explode, burst, rupture, fulminate, blast.
2. infringe, breach, infract, commit a breach
or infraction, violate, transgress, disobey, defy, contravene; oppose, act counter to, contradict, cancel out; ignore, disregard, neglect, pass over, disdain, scorn; fail to notice, take no note of, let slip or slide, forget, shirk, slight.
3. annul, nullify, disannul, abolish, declare null and void; quash, invalidate, vacate, disenact, cancel, discharge, set aside; repeal, revoke, rescind.
4. pierce, perforate, puncture; penetrate, reach into, tap, broach, open up; drill, mine, tunnel, burrow; drive, force into, work; stab, pink, sink, stick, prick.
5. interrupt, interfere, punctuate,
SI. butt in; interject, interpose, intrude, intervene; obstruct, get in the way of, choke off; discontinue, disconnect, break off, suspend, intermit; hinder, inhibit, impede, retard; stop, halt, arrest, restrain, check, cease, shut down, stay, stem.
6. overcome, overpower, overwhelm; crush, defeat, worst, beat down, put down, squelch; suppress, subdue, abort, extinguish, stamp out; humble, humiliate, bring [s.o.] to his knees.
7. decode, decipher, solve, figure out, unravel, untangle; translate, interpret, construe.
8. divide up,
Inf. divvy up, subdivide, separate, partition, set apart; break up, scatter, disperse, disband, dismiss, dispel; disrupt, upset, unsettle.
9. betray, reveal, divulge, let the cat out of the bag, give away, blab, blurt out, let slip, disclose; violate a confidence, reveal the secrets of, whisper about; exhibit, display, vent, show, manifest, evince; unmask, uncover, unfold, bare, expose, bring to light, lay bare.
10. weaken, impair, invalidate, incapacitate, cripple, handicap, undermine;
(all usu. of health) lose ground, take a turn for the worse, go downhill; (all usu. of psychological or emotional health) crack, let go, come apart at the seams, go to pieces, SI. lose it, SI. lose one's cool, break down.

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