verb (used with object), fac·et·ed, fac·et·ing or (especially British) fac·et·ted, fac·et·ting.
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Origin of facet
OTHER WORDS FROM facetun·fac·et·ed, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for facet
At different points in his career, he’s been elite — if not the very best in the league — in virtually every facet of the game.
So I have all of these different facets of the professionalization, as you said.Hiko, captain of ‘Valorant’ champions 100 Thieves, has some advice for the pros|Mikhail Klimentov|December 10, 2020|Washington Post
Much of the work is unpaid and many paid facets of it offer few job protections and poverty-level wages.
Just like digital transformation, shifting to a more transparent and collaborative way of working together should be another facet of that new normal.Why transparency is the future of vendor–client collaboration|Zeta|November 24, 2020|Digiday
One Iowa was initially founded in 2005 to advocate for LGBTQ Iowans’ right to marry, and has since expanded its mission and focus to ensuring that LGBTQ Iowans’ rights and dignity are respected in every facet and stage of their lives.Des Moines : Come and See All that The Capital City has to Offer!|LGBTQ-Editor|November 22, 2020|No Straight News
Anyhow, a more systematic method of faceting in sixteen facets—the taille en seize—began to be employed about that time.Jewellery|H. Clifford Smith,