Origin of facet
OTHER WORDS FROM facetun·fac·et·ed, adjective
How to use facet in a sentence
They emphasized that their answers don’t conflict so much as capture different facets of the truth.
There is no bigger or more important star, no young sports leader handling every facet of this traumatic year better than the Clemson quarterback.
WHOOP uniquely blends hardware, software, and industry-leading accurate measurements to help people sharpen the edges of fitness and performance, create impactful behavior change, and empower them to optimize all facets of life.How Data from a Little Wrist Strap Can Change Your Life|Outside Editors|October 23, 2020|Outside Online
“They make it hard,” Parr added, explaining that most facets of the ad-buying process on Substack is laborious.‘We do it because it’s profitable’: Ads improbably sprout on ad averse Substack|Max Willens|October 23, 2020|Digiday
While we wanted to focus primarily on alerts for this article, it’s important to remember that any facet of the tools you use must work seamlessly with the bigger picture.
A multi-faceted approach to ensuring students reach the critical milestone of grade level reading by fourth grade.
They are complex, multi-faceted creatures, who are generally trying to do the best they can with what they have, where they are.
Granted, this is a delicate task, calling for a thoughtful, multi-faceted approach.
PERFORMA—the nearly month-long biennial celebrating the multi-faceted realm of performance art—is back for its fifth installment.Nine Must-See Events at NYC’s Premier Performance Art Festival|The Daily Beast|November 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Lobbying is a multi-faceted activity, which takes place both publicly and privately.
These bits are commonly distinctly faceted; they rarely have a spherical form.Outlines of the Earth's History|Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
They were cool and clear and joyous as the mountain torrent: for them life was a crystal of laughter, many-faceted to adventure.Sinister Street, vol. 1|Compton Mackenzie
The young woman was staring into the pan of water, into the faceted glass.
She was looking up from the faceted glass now, shaking her head sadly.
The center was a pale yellow, highly-faceted stone which represented the sun.Islands of Space|John W Campbell