Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of potsherd.

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Examples

  • Then he pulled at it and found therein potsherds and broken glass; whereupon he began to speak these verses: —

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • There's a theater completely covered by trees and brush, and bits of a massive wall, and of course everywhere you go, you're walking on ancient potsherds, which is simply normal for Turkey.

    Euromos

  • In another week or two the plants must be shifted again into pots a little larger, always using light rich mould to fill up the pots, and taking care that the pots are well drained by putting potsherds, that is, pieces of broken pot, at the bottom.

    The Lady's Country Companion: or, How to Enjoy a Country Life Rationally

  • Fragments of pottery, called potsherds, are one of the most-common finds discovered on archaeological sites.

    The Daily News - News

  • Fragments of pottery, called potsherds, are one of the most-common finds discovered on archaeological sites.

    The Daily News - News

  • Fragments of pottery, called potsherds, are one of the most-common finds discovered on archaeological sites.

    The Daily News - News

  • Fragments of pottery, called potsherds, are one of the most-common finds discovered on archaeological sites.

    The Daily News - News

  • Fragments of pottery, called potsherds, are one of the most-common finds discovered on archaeological sites.

    The Daily News - News

  • Fragments of pottery, called potsherds, are one of the most-common finds discovered on archaeological sites.

    The Daily News - News

  • Fragments of pottery, called potsherds, are one of the most-common finds discovered on archaeological sites.

    The Daily News - News

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