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Meanings of Fascias:

noun

A detachable covering for the front part of a mobile phone.

Usage examples:

Sadly and finally, after being dropped about fifty times, my clunky but much-admired mobile phone f…

Meanings of Fasciate:

adjective

Showing abnormal fusion of parts or organs, resulting in a flattened ribbon-like structure.

Usage examples:

One out of three putative double mutants that were transferred to soil developed a fasciated stem a…

Fasciated

ˈfaʃɪeɪtɪd

Meanings of Fasciated:

adjective

Showing abnormal fusion of parts or organs, resulting in a flattened ribbon-like structure.

Usage examples:

One out of three putative double mutants that were transferred to soil developed a fasciated stem a…

Fascicle

ˈfæs.ɪ.kəl

Meanings of Fascicle:

noun

A separately published instalment of a book or other printed work.

Usage examples:

We have also published two new fascicules from the series.

Fascicles

ˈfæs.ɪ.kəl

Meanings of Fascicles:

noun

A separately published instalment of a book or other printed work.

Usage examples:

We have also published two new fascicules from the series.

Fasciculation

faˌsɪkjʊˈleɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Fasciculation:

noun

A brief spontaneous contraction affecting a small number of muscle fibres, often causing a flicker of movement under the skin.

Usage examples:

The affected muscles show fasciculations that are rippling contractions seen through the skin or in…

Fascicule

ˈfæs.ɪ.kəl

Meanings of Fascicule:

noun

A separately published instalment of a book or other printed work.

Usage examples:

We have also published two new fascicules from the series.

Fasciculi

ˈfasɪk(ə)l

Meanings of Fasciculi:

noun

A separately published instalment of a book or other printed work.

Usage examples:

We have also published two new fascicules from the series.

Plural of fasciculus

Fasciculus

fæsˈɪ.kjə.ləs

Meanings of Fasciculus:

noun

A separately published instalment of a book or other printed work.

Usage examples:

We have also published two new fascicules from the series.

Fascinate

ˈfæs.ən.eɪt

Meanings of Fascinate:

verb

Attract the strong attention and interest of (someone).

Usage examples:

I've always been fascinated by computers

Fascinated

ˈfæs.ən.eɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Fascinated:

adjective

Strongly attracted and interested.

Usage examples:

A crowd of fascinated onlookers
verb

Attract the strong attention and interest of (someone).

Usage examples:

I've always been fascinated by computers

Meanings of Fascinatedly:

adverb

In a fascinated manner; with fascination.

Fascinates

ˈfasɪneɪt

Meanings of Fascinates:

verb

Attract the strong attention and interest of (someone).

Usage examples:

I've always been fascinated by computers

Fascinating

ˈfæs.ən.eɪ.tɪŋ

Meanings of Fascinating:

adjective

Extremely interesting.

Usage examples:

A fascinating book
verb

Attract the strong attention and interest of (someone).

Usage examples:

I've always been fascinated by computers

Meanings of Fascinatingly:

adverb

In an extremely interesting way.

Usage examples:

She talked fascinatingly about the research she's done for the novel

Fascination

ˌfasɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Fascination:

noun

The power to fascinate someone; the quality of being fascinating.

Usage examples:

Television has always held a fascination for me

Meanings of Fascinations:

noun

The power to fascinate someone; the quality of being fascinating.

Usage examples:

Television has always held a fascination for me

Meanings of Fascinative:

adjective

Tending to fascinate a person; bewitching; captivating; intriguing.

Fascinator

ˈfæs.ən.eɪ.tər

Meanings of Fascinator:

noun

A woman's light, decorative headpiece consisting of feathers, flowers, beads, etc. attached to a comb or hair clip.

Usage examples:

The stewards were not even opening the gates, but before 10.30 am the coach parks were full of fasc…

Meanings of Fascine:

noun

A bundle of rods or plastic pipes bound together, used in construction or military operations for filling in marshy ground or other obstacles and for strengthening the sides of embankments, ditches, or trenches.

Usage examples:

They were to carry fascines (bundles of sticks or pipes) to drop into trenches too broad for tanks …

Meanings of Fascinery:

noun

Fascines collectively; construction work composed of fascines. formerly also: †fencing consisting of a wooden framework interlaced with twigs or brushwood and used as a defence against the sea (obsolete).

Fascines

faˈsiːn

Meanings of Fascines:

noun

A bundle of rods or plastic pipes bound together, used in construction or military operations for filling in marshy ground or other obstacles and for strengthening the sides of embankments, ditches, or trenches.

Usage examples:

They were to carry fascines (bundles of sticks or pipes) to drop into trenches too broad for tanks …

Meanings of Fascio:

noun

In italy: an organized political group, typically advocating radical or revolutionary change and active within a particular region or locality; specifically any of a number of nationalist groups formed in the period around the first world war (1914–18) which were ultimately given coherent organization by the formation of the national fascist party in 1921. usually in plural in form fasci.

Meanings of Fasciola:

noun

Any of the liver flukes (parasitic trematode flatworms) of the genus fasciola (family fasciolidae), the members of which feed and reproduce in the liver and biliary tract of sheep, cattle, and other mammals (including humans); especially the fluke f. hepatica, which is a major cause of disease in sheep. also (in form fasciola): the genus itself (frequently as a modifier).

Meanings of Fasciolar:

adjective

Of or relating to the fascioles (bands of ciliated spines) of spatangoid sea urchins; designating these bands.

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