Pronunciation of Broken
/bɹˈə͡ʊkən/, /bɹˈəʊkən/, /b_ɹ_ˈəʊ_k_ə_n/
Antonyms for broken:
Synonyms for broken:
inseparable, chummy, tightknit, buggered, cozy, candy-striped, pessimistic, asunder, crumbly, platonic, weather-beaten, Fluted, dull, clannish, maternal, fraternal, apocalyptic, noctambulism, one-sided, hydraulic, shapeless, serried, sleeping beauty, fatalistic, shop-soiled, illicit, despairing, spring-loaded, cosy, fail-safe, soundly, patterned, Rube Goldberg, bleakly, mottled, interpersonal, spinal, homing, gas-fired, checked, linear, spotted, costal, Gutted, solemn, inaudible, washed-out, defeatist, brittle, sciatic, loveless, tiered, Whipped, pitted, tattered, cratered, flattened, chord, squashed, programmable, suited, blasted, fragile, chequered, wrecked, matrilineal, rocky, speckled, tessellated, patrilineal, acquainted, one-to-one, Trashed, cordless, related, doom-laden, spotty, dejected, transistorized, inflatable, dog-eared, Labor-saving, pneumatic, honeycombed, riddled, one-man, high-performance, war-torn, redundant, stripy, user-friendly, stripey, political, steam, built, unsophisticated, abrupt, pelvic, personally, streaky, sleepyhead, double-jointed, striped, hands-free, Striated, sluggish, flecked, push button, heat-seeking, arm's length, Scuffed, Grained, chronological, dreamless, voice-activated, dysfunctional, on-off, jammed, pump action, unfriendly, hard-wired, submersible, flowered, somnambulist, lumbar, souped-up, right hand, on-board.
destroyed; made into pieces from a whole (adjective)
disconnected, divided, Disengaged, dismantled, incised, Excised, Sundered, Halved, sliced, parted, fragmented, separated, detached, disassembled, cut, uncoupled, Disassociated, unfixed, dissected, fissured, cleaved, dissociated, partitioned, Bisected, segregated, unhinged, disunited, scissored, unglued, split, disarticulated, rent, divorced, disjoint, severed, Disintegrated.
done for (adjective)
forgotten, ignored (promise) (adjective)
lax, incoherent, disarticulated, dispersed, disjointed, sporadic, loose, fuzzy, unconsolidated, divergent, inconsistent, detached, discontinuous, disconnected, nonuniform, non-cohesive, noncontiguous, nonadhesive.
detached, non-adherent, non-cohesive, disarticulated, limp, incoherent, disconnected, unattached, inconsistent, slack, non-coherent, nonadhesive, flaccid, unfastened, disjointed, lax, loose, discontinuous.
mentally defeated (adjective)
not working (adjective)
stuttering in speech (adjective)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
inaudible, staccato, grinding, two-tone.
Sense 9 (noun)
dissolved, incomplete, impoverished, ground, wiped out, fragmented, chipped, humiliated, off-and-on, destroyed, halting, fitful, busted, disorganised, splintered, shattered, low, uncomplete, disordered, distributed, rugged, disorganized, broken-field, humbled, smashed, humble, breached, impaired, crumbled, dotted, cracked, confused, tamed, fractured, split, unkept, unsmooth, dashed, rough, interrupted, tame, broken in, crushed, upset.
Desisted, broke, Remitted.
divorced, fragmented, cleaved, alienated, Disengaged, disconnected, disjoined, Sundered, cleft, Disassociated, partitioned, detached, separated, uncoupled, parted, rent, severed, ruptured, dismantled, Insulated, segregated, Halved, Excised, divided, disunited, dissociated, split.
managed animals (verb)
Usage examples for broken:
- " I'd have broken down the door to get to them. - "The Heather-Moon", C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson.
- It is because her heart is broken that she has gone. - "The Belovéd Traitor", Frank L. Packard.
- Even now, behind these that you see, and perhaps yet may feel if you keep on, are others waiting the time when these may be broken. - "The Sa'-Zada Tales", William Alexander Fraser.