Definition of contexture in English:

contexture

Syllabification: con·tex·ture
Pronunciation: /kənˈteksˌ(t)SHər
 
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noun

1The fact or manner of being woven or linked together to form a connected whole.
More example sentences
  • 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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