[ US /ˈfæsət/ ]
[ UK /fˈæsɛt/ ]
[ UK /fˈæsɛt/ ]
- a smooth surface (as of a bone or cut gemstone)
a distinct feature or element in a problem
he studied every facet of the question
How To Use facet In A Sentence
- This sort of enamel work on a faceted metal body was copied from the enamelled European watches.
- It highlights key facets of presidential policies and priorities, difficulties and conflicts, while charting the developing nature of the office.
- According to the advocates of the holistic system, an integrative health care package would include facets from allopathy, Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Yoga, Siddha and naturopathy.
- A number of photographs, in colour and black and white, show the various facets of the process in great detail.
- To attract holidayers to the State during the Southwest monsoon, brochures detailing the various facets of the monsoon have been brought as in previous years.
- The paper proposed a new digitized faceted classification model based on dynamic weight value which is originated from classify faceted classification model.
- He pictured the dim room with the revolving spheres, and the orb in the centre, its many facets coruscating with vanishing light. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE
- One commonly observed facet of the gay scene is that people often seek to define their very identities by the fact that they go to certain venues.
- Nevertheless, at the point of writing, their perception of their readership is an important facet of their ability as writers.
- They have been expected to start at the lowest rank and have been trained in all facets of the business.