OTHER WORDS FROM contexturecon·tex·tur·al, adjectivecon·tex·tured, adjective
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That perpetual miracle in nature—the contexture of the generations—the living taking the meaning of their lives from the dead!The Kentucky Warbler|James Lane Allen
Excessive grants, followed by violent and arbitrary resumptions, tore to pieces the whole contexture of the government.
It was of a loose watrish contexture, such an one, as he had seen growing out of rotten wood.
As sweet as that 'contexture of woodbines, sweet-briar, and myrtle' in which the anglers sat and sipped orange punch at Tottenham.Mrs. Overtheway's Remembrances|Juliana Horatia Ewing
There is a very extensive manufactory of red woollen caps at Fas, the contexture of which is well deserving investigation.An Account of Timbuctoo and Housa Territories in the Interior of Africa|Abd Salam Shabeeny