texture

Part of speech: noun

Manner of weaving or structure of a woven fabric; structural order, as of tissues.

Part of speech: noun

A woven fabric; web.

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Usage examples "texture":

  1. But as we take up the other species we notice a change, not only in the shape of the feathers but much more in their texture and in the difference between the various pairs. - "The Woodpeckers", Fannie Hardy Eckstorm.
  2. " Not one in a thousand realizes the texture of the manhood that has been exhausting itself within him; few comprehend his nature or have any conception of his work. - "The Comstock Club", Charles Carroll Goodwin.
  3. It is not improbable that the texture of the hair, which differs much in the different races, may stand in some kind of correlation with the structure of the skin; for the colour of the hair and skin are certainly correlated, as is its colour and texture with the Mandans. - "The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, Vol. I (1st edition)", Charles Darwin.