That reality taints every facet of our existence, in Ferguson and beyond.
He has developed every facet of his game, beyond his trademark forehand.
A reader senses both storyteller and critic fighting for full expression on the page, one facet overlaying the other.
Every facet of his identity, taken alone, seemed at war with every other part of him.
The thing that set Brown apart, however, is his command over every facet of his show.
Every facet of the sprawling IC operation was being checked.
They were on a facet of the hill not quite so advantageous as others.
It is a facet of what we called earlier the philosophical source of pollution.
In the larger and older jewels every facet may stand for a bloody deed.
The facet cutting on the long "reflectors" is particularly fine and interesting.
facet fac·et (fās'ĭt)
A small smooth area on a bone or other firm structure.
A worn spot on a tooth, produced by chewing or grinding.