Definition of contexture in English:

contexture

Syllabification: con·tex·ture
Pronunciation: /kənˈteksˌCHər
 
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noun

  • 1The fact or manner of being woven or linked together to form a connected whole.
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    • The equipmental contexture of cycling is the surroundings and circumstances that my cycling commute brings forth.
  • 1.1A mass of things interwoven together; a fabric.
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    • Advantageously, the sealing elements may be formed from material contextures, such as knitted wire cloths, wire contextures, fiber contextures, woven fabrics, ceramic fabrics and the like.
  • 1.2The putting together of words and sentences in connected composition; the construction of a text.
  • 1.3A connected literary structure; a continuous text.

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