He jiggled the faceted glass door knob to let the person inside know he was hogging the lavatory.
The process was multi- faceted, and still involved myths, the magical, and rituals.
The young woman was staring into the pan of water, into the faceted glass.
If we are dealing with a faceted stone, not even the smallest portion can be utilized, for fear of injuring it.
She was looking up from the faceted glass now, shaking her head sadly.
I saw the tremor shake their bristling hosts, oscillate the great spire, set the faceted disks quivering.
The tools are faceted, polished and furrowed, for ever moving onwards.
Then there came a sudden twang, as of a violently plucked string on a bass viol, and the amber egg dropped from the faceted side.
On the ordered plains were traced the hieroglyphs of the faceted world.
There were over a dozen of these robots, each the height of two men, and their eyes were strange round circles of faceted glass.
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.