[ US /ˈfæsətɪd/ ]
[ UK /fˈæsɛtɪd/ ]
  1. having facets
    a faceted diamond
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How To Use faceted In A Sentence

  • This sort of enamel work on a faceted metal body was copied from the enamelled European watches.
  • The paper proposed a new digitized faceted classification model based on dynamic weight value which is originated from classify faceted classification model.
  • Single crystals of two or more different colours are not uncommon, making unusual multicoloured faceted stones.
  • And likewise, the multifaceted nature of people's social networks could be directly supported in this way.
  • The bottom line for all of this is the multifaceted observation that atoms join spontaneously to form molecules, consistent with energy relationships. Attached to Strings
  • Moreover, membrane proteins can interact with lipid bilayers in complex, multifaceted ways.
  • It follows that Islam in Indonesia has been always complex and multifaceted.
  • A few specimens from the Red Dwarf deposit have recently been cut into cabochons, but none have yet been faceted.
  • The majority of the zircon crystals from the three samples are light yellow, well-faceted, acicular crystals with few to no signs of mechanical abrasion.
  • In these films, Naruse repeatedly found beautiful, economical, and multifaceted ways of exploring his favorite topic - the futility of hope (despite the admirability and beauty of the hopeful) - that forms his overarching pessimism. GreenCine Daily: Shorts, 4/4.
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