fabric

Part of speech: noun

A woven, felted, or knitted material, as cloth, etc.

Part of speech: noun

A system; structure; edifice; workmanship; texture.

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Usage examples "fabric":

  1. From childhood we see this image defining itself on the fabric of his dreams; and but for express historical testimony, we might fancy that this was but his ideal lady, embodied and beheld at last. - "A Wanderer in Paris", E. V. Lucas.
  2. A very priceless fringe to a very worthless fabric! - "Father Stafford", Anthony Hope.
  3. The fabric of civilization is threatened. - "The Debs Decision", Scott Nearing.