fiber

Part of speech: noun

A fine thread; a substance composed of threads or filaments.

Part of speech: noun

The essence of anything; strength; nerve.

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Usage examples "fiber":

  1. The latter is so closely woven that dirt gets into the very fiber of it, and cannot be washed out. - "Camp and Trail", Stewart Edward White.
  2. It is something in the very heart and fiber of the man. - "Analyzing Character", Katherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb.
  3. Blake snatched up a dead branch from the ground near the thicket, and was delighted to find that its weight and tough fiber made it an excellent club. - "Zehru of Xollar", Hal K. Wells.