contexture

[ kuh n-teks-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF contexture

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And in this sense and acceptation of the words, the natural frame and contexture doth well and pregnantly administer unto us.

In all probability this is the effect of a beginning putrefaction, which attenuates this substance, and breaks its contexture.

That perpetual miracle in nature—the contexture of the generations—the living taking the meaning of their lives from the dead!

As sweet as that 'contexture of woodbines, sweet-briar, and myrtle' in which the anglers sat and sipped orange punch at Tottenham.

There is a very extensive manufactory of red woollen caps at Fas, the contexture of which is well deserving investigation.

So as the first doctrine is touching the contexture or configuration of things, as de mundo, de universitate rerum.

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