He throws every fiber of his being into each performance, altering his posture, elocution, temperament, and more.
“With every fiber in me I want to run this race,” said Loeb at the press conference at the Sagamore Hotel.
Consistency is not something I normally crave, but fiber is.
By Day 5, though, the tremendous surge in my fiber intake was wreaking havoc on my insides.
Try getting at least 38 grams of fiber a day from fruits, vegetables and legumes, Sockolow recommends.
Hunting arrows require no horn, bone, aluminum, or fiber nock.
Never before had every fiber of her being been so penetrated with joy!
Chop one pound of lean raw meat very fine, remove all the fiber possible.
That is, if you wanted to see the best of it—that which is strongest of fiber.
This cannot be done with imperial cloth, as ink sinks into its fiber.
1530s, from French fibre (14c.), from Latin fibra "a fiber, filament," of uncertain origin, perhaps related to Latin filum "thread," or from root of findere "to split." Fiberboard is from 1897; Fiberglas is 1937, U.S. registered trademark name; and fiber optics is from 1956.
fiber fi·ber (fī'bər)
A slender thread or filament.
Extracellular filamentous structures such as collagenic or elastic connective tissue fibers.
The nerve cell axon with its glial envelope.
An elongated threadlike cell, such as a muscle cell or one of the epithelial cells of the lens of the eye.
Coarse, indigestible plant matter, consisting primarily of polysaccharides such as cellulose, that when eaten stimulates intestinal peristalsis. Also called roughage.