Capable of being split, cleft, or divided in the direction of the grain, like wood, or along natural planes of cleavage, like crystals. This crystal is a pellucid, fissile stone. (Sir i. Newton)
Origin: L. Fissilis, fr. Fissus, p.p. Of findere to split. See fissure.
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