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faience

noun fa·ience \fā-ˈän(t)s, fī-, -ˈäⁿs\

Definition of FAIENCE

:  earthenware decorated with opaque colored glazes

Variants of FAIENCE

fa·ience or fa·ïence \fā-ˈän(t)s, fī-, -ˈäⁿs\

Origin of FAIENCE

French, from Faenza, Italy
First Known Use: 1714

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stringent Hear it
rigorous, strict, or severe
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