from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having facets.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of facet.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See faceted, faceting.
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The body is facetted to simplify interior finishes.
Behe recognizes that Darwinism, which he argues against, is multi-facetted and makes claims far beyond mere common descent.
Smart, multi-facetted jokes that are just subtle enough to seem plausible.
This project is a multi-facetted approach to rebuilding Haiti outside of its capital, and for providing as much support to the orphaned population there as possible.
It's not only multi-facetted, but it refers to several different and unique things, none of which has been "concisely" defined.
The large man with the facetted eyes hung the rusty wire strung with rats on his belt.
We need a whole multi-facetted approach to screening for explosives and abhorrent behavior where somebody may be trying to launch an attack against an aircraft.
We have a muti-facetted campaign for our book, but I'll call attention to three elements.
The Proprietors Deck was more ostentatious, with glass towers, turrets and facetted, glowing domes denoting privilege and wealth, as well as the ruthless violence needed to maintain it.
This quest for quality and for human, spiritual and cultural validity must also characterize the whole of the Jesuits' many-facetted formative and educative activities as they come into contact with people of every sort wherever they may happen to be.
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