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contexture

noun con·tex·ture \kən-ˈteks-chər, ˈkän-ˌ, kän-ˈ\

Definition of CONTEXTURE

1
:  the act, process, or manner of weaving parts into a whole; also :  a structure so formed <a contexture of lies>
2
:  context

Examples of CONTEXTURE

  1. <the whole contexture of Las Vegas is focused on escapism>

Origin of CONTEXTURE

French, from Latin contextus, past participle of contexere
First Known Use: 1603

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