Definition of Fiberlike

1. Adjective. Like fiber; fibrous. ¹



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Definition of Fiberlike

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fiberlike

fiberboards
fibered
fiberfill
fiberfills
fiberization
fiberizations
fiberize
fiberized
fiberizes
fiberizing
fiberless
fiberlike (current term)
fiberoptic
fiberoptics
fiberous
fibers
fiberscope
fiberscopes
fiberwise
fibery
fibra
fibrae arcuatae cerebri
fibrae arcuatae externae
fibrae arcuatae internae
fibrae circulares
fibrae corticonucleares

Literary usage of Fiberlike

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1. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1915)
"... write as follows: -"At one place the bodies of the oxyuris are only separated from the serosa by means of a thin layer of fiberlike connective tissue. ..."

2. Morphology of Spermatophytes by John Merle Coulter, Charles Joseph Chamberlain (1901)
"... a very xerophytic structure, and argues for adaptation to extreme conditions. The epidermis consists of elongated, fiberlike cells, with strongly ..."

3. A Civic Biology: Presented in Problems by George William Hunter (1914)
"This layer is made up largely of tough fiberlike cells known as bast fibers. The most important parts of this inner bark, so far as the plant is concerned, ..."

4. General Botany for Universities and Colleges by Hiram Delos Densmore (1920)
"56, a) the vascular tissue, composed of phloem and xylem, is seen to occur in isolated strands, called vascular bundles, united by thin bands of fiberlike ..."

5. Essentials of Biology Presented in Problems: By George William Hunter by George William Hunter (1911)
"This layer is made up largely of tough fiberlike cells known as bast fibers. The most important parts of this inner bark, so far as the plant is concerned, ..."

6. Everyday Science by William Henry Snyder (1919)
"These are called the pith rays. Cut a lengthwise section of the stem and examine it. Are there any fiberlike bundles as in the corn stalk? ..."

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