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frac•tion•ar•y

(ˈfræk ʃəˌnɛr i)
adj.
fractional.
[1885–90]
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In a fractionary world whose common denominator throughout history has been hierarchical social power, only one freedom has ever been tolerated: the freedom to change the numerator, the unchanging freedom to change masters.
Fractionary collapse with complex slip surface may occur at slopes with slight dip angle Figure 5.
41) Simultaneously, however, he must embody the quality of the "civil man" who "is only a fractionary unit which stems from the denominator, and whose value is in his relation to the whole, which is the social body.