contexture definition

  • noun:
    • The act of weaving or assembling parts into an entire.
    • An arrangement of interconnected parts; a structure.
    • A weaving collectively of components.
    • A body or framework created by interweaving or assembling parts.
    • The arrangement and union regarding the constituent parts of a thing.
    • The structural character of something.
    • Context
    • The arrangement and union associated with constituent components of a thing; a weaving collectively of components; architectural personality of a thing; system; constitution; texture.
    • A weaving or joining, or even the state to be woven or joined collectively.
    • . The manner of interweaving a few components into one human body; the disposition and union of the constituent parts of something pertaining to the other person; composition of parts; constitution; problem.
    • Context.
    • . In Scots legislation, a mode of industrial accession, arising whenever product, as wool or yarn, owned by anyone is woven into cloth owned by another, and it is carried therewith as accessory. In principle its comparable to constructure (which see).

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