To pull apart

Related to To pull apart: in droves, come off it
to become separated by pulling; as, a rope will pull apart.

See also: Pull

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From Circle Foods comes a new addition to their La Terra Fina line, Gather Rounds, a complete hors d'oeuvre in a box featuring puffy, golden-brown bread rounds made to pull apart and dunk into their own warm and creamy dip centers.
69 These are fun, like elastic and great to pull apart.
Incidentally, while you're mulling over the menu after being seated, the waiter will bring out a nicely warmed roll, almost sliced through, making it easy to pull apart, and a saucer of Bolivia's famous fiery Andean chile salsa called ``aji.
Long considered a meager source of fossils, the rocks filled in rift valleys created when the North American and African continental plates started to pull apart.