Synonyms for facets
Antonyms for facets
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FACETS
Ideally, education addresses all the facets of the human being.
She held it raised so for a moment, watching the play of light from the facets.
He moved the finger so that the light flashed from the facets of the stone.
There was a lake on the facets of whose ripples the sunlight danced.
Template or TimpletOne of the four facets that surround a cut gem.
The dancing leaves reflected the sunshine from a thousand facets.
It is large and of gilt bronze, set with a large amethyst, cut into facets.
She presented a dozen facets to her questions, with a light on them from her dancing mind.
The hollow is lined with facets gathered in sixes which flash and glitter in the sun.
It appears they have facets on the bones, fitting them for the sitting posture.
1620s, from French facette (12c., Old French facete), diminutive of face (see face (n.)). The diamond-cutting sense is the original one. Related: Faceted; facets.