• Definition for "fictile"
    • with the capacity of being molded; plastic.
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fictile definition

  • adjective:
    • with the capacity of being molded; plastic.
    • effective at becoming molded; plastic.
    • Formed of a moldable compound, particularly clay or earth.
    • Formed of a moldable material, particularly clay or earth.
    • Of or relating to earthenware or pottery.
    • Of or regarding earthenware or pottery.
    • with the capacity of becoming molded into the form of an artifact or artwork
    • with the capacity of becoming molded into the shape of an artifact or fine art
    • Molded of clay or earth
    • with the capacity of being molded; plastic.
    • shaped of clay or planet
    • Formed of a moldable compound, such clay or earth.
    • Of or relating to earthenware
    • Of or regarding earthenware
    • with the capacity of being led or directed
    • effective at becoming led or directed
    • Of or concerning earthenware or pottery.
    • Molded, or effective at being molded, into kind by art; concerning pottery or even to molding in virtually any soft product.
    • shaped, or with the capacity of being molded, into kind by art; concerning pottery or even molding in virtually any soft material.
    • effective at being molded in to the form of an artifact or fine art
    • Molded of clay or planet
    • Of or relating to earthenware
    • capable of becoming molded or modeled (especially of earth or clay or any other smooth material)
    • with the capacity of becoming led or directed
    • prone to becoming led or directed
    • shaped, or effective at becoming molded, into form by art; associated with pottery or even to molding in virtually any soft product.
    • of or regarding the art of pottery
    • capable of becoming molded or modeled (especially of planet or clay or any other smooth product)
    • with the capacity of becoming molded or modeled (especially of earth or clay or any other smooth product)
    • prone to being led or directed
    • susceptible to becoming led or directed
    • of or regarding the craft of pottery
    • of or concerning the art of pottery
    • Capable of becoming molded; synthetic.
    • Formed of a moldable material, including clay or earth.
    • Of or relating to earthenware or pottery.
    • with the capacity of being molded into the model of an artifact or fine art
    • with the capacity of being molded; synthetic.
    • Molded of clay or planet
    • Formed of a moldable material, including clay or planet.
    • effective at becoming molded; plastic.
    • Of or relating to earthenware
    • Of or regarding earthenware or pottery.
    • effective at becoming molded; synthetic.
    • Capable of becoming led or directed
    • Formed of a moldable substance, like clay or planet.
    • created of a moldable material, such as for instance clay or planet.
    • Of or relating to earthenware or pottery.
    • Molded, or effective at becoming molded, into form by art; relating to pottery or even to molding in any smooth material.
    • effective at becoming molded in to the model of an artifact or fine art
    • Of or relating to earthenware or pottery.
    • Molded of clay or earth
    • effective at becoming molded into the model of an artifact or fine art
    • Capable of being molded to the model of an artifact or fine art
    • Of or associated with earthenware
    • shaped of clay or planet
    • effective at being led or directed
    • Of or associated with earthenware
    • Molded of clay or earth
    • Molded, or capable of becoming molded, into kind by art; concerning pottery or even molding in any soft material.
    • effective at being led or directed
    • with the capacity of becoming molded or modeled (especially of earth or clay or any other smooth material)
    • shaped, or capable of becoming molded, into type by art; associated with pottery or to molding in virtually any smooth material.
    • at risk of being led or directed
    • of or concerning the craft of pottery
    • effective at being molded or modeled (especially of earth or clay or any other smooth product)
    • capable of being molded or modeled (especially of planet or clay or any other smooth product)
    • at risk of being led or directed
    • of or regarding the art of pottery
    • Of or associated with earthenware
    • effective at becoming led or directed
    • shaped, or with the capacity of being molded, into type by art; relating to pottery or to molding in every smooth material.
    • capable of becoming molded or modeled (especially of planet or clay or other smooth product)
    • at risk of becoming led or directed
    • at risk of becoming led or directed
    • of or concerning the art of pottery
    • of or relating to the craft of pottery
  • others:
    • Molded into type by art.
    • Molded into form by art.
    • effective at becoming molded; plastic: as, fictile clay.
    • Capable of becoming molded; plastic: as, fictile clay.
    • regarding pottery; composed of or consisting in pottery.
    • relating to pottery; made up of or consisting in pottery.
    • Molded into type by art.
    • with the capacity of being molded; synthetic: as, fictile clay.
    • Having to do with pottery; made up of or consisting in pottery.
    • Molded into kind by art.
    • effective at becoming molded; synthetic: as, fictile clay.
    • relating to pottery; consists of or consisting in pottery.
    • Molded into form by art.
    • Capable of being molded; synthetic: as, fictile clay.
    • shaped into type by art.
    • effective at becoming molded; synthetic: as, fictile clay.
    • Having to do with pottery; made up of or consisting in pottery.
    • regarding pottery; made up of or consisting in pottery.
    • shaped into kind by art.
    • Capable of being molded; plastic: as, fictile clay.
    • regarding pottery; composed of or consisting in pottery.
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