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  • n. The throwing of a fragmentation grenade at one's superior officer.
  • v. Present participle of frag.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

Present participle of frag.


  • Obligatory villain fragging and temple crumbling as they try to escape.

    If I had written...Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

  • It's called fragging, which is to attack or assault a fellow solider with a fragmentary device or a grenade.

    CNN Transcript Mar 22, 2003

  • Witnesses testified that Martinez spoke about "fragging" -- or intentionally killing an officer -- and had previously threatened Esposito, who disciplined him for a poor job performance.

  • At one level, it is a signal to the army that it should be more sensitive in dealing with charges of "fragging" - soldiers killing superiors.

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

  • "The Army is looking at a number of scenarios, including accidental death, attack by an intruder or infiltrator -- and fragging, which is the killing or wounding of a fellow soldier."

    Justin Raimondo: The Return of "Fragging"?

  • So the theories are that perhaps somebody intentionally detonated this weapon in what's sometimes called fragging, an intentional effort to kill officers, and in this case, two officers.

    CNN Transcript Jun 10, 2005

  • There are two wartime fatalities associated with the 101st, both of them officers killed in that so-called fragging incident in Kuwait.

    CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2003

  • During the Vietnam war, enlisted men threw fragmentation grenades at their superiors so frequently that killing within the ranks became known as "fragging."

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Martinez was charged with the killings in an act called fragging, or the murder of a direct superior by a soldier during war.

    The Iraq Page

  • That's the kind of situation where the practice of "fragging" originated.

    Accidental Discharge


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