a group of words that is missing a subject, a predicate, or does not express a complete thought.
a clause masquerading as a sentence
a clause or phrase that does not form a complete sentence but is punctuated as though it does
a collection of words bereft of their verb or
a dependent clause or phrase used by a writer as a complete sentence
a group of words passing itself off as a sentence without having a subject and a verb
a group of words punctuated as a sentenc
a group of words that is incorrectly punctuated as a complete sentence
a partial sentence that does not express a complete idea
a part of a sentence punctuated as if it were a complete sentence
a word string punctuated as a sentence but which is not a grammatically complete sentence
A group of words that is not grammatically a complete sentence but is punctuated as one: Because it mattered greatly.
A sentence that is missing the subject, the verb, or both.
occur when a sentence is missing a subject, verb, or main clause. Except in very rare cases, you should avoid sentence fragments. Example: School should be free. Or cheaper.
A sentence fragment is a group of words that is punctuated as a sentence but does not express a complete thought.