verb (used with object), fac·et·ed, fac·et·ing or (especially British) fac·et·ted, fac·et·ting.
Origin of facet
Examples from the Web for facetted
The pollen bodies in the flower-dust of many flowering plants also often assume the form of facetted spheres.The Wonders of Life|Ernst Haeckel
Owing to these differences, eyes have been divided into simple and compound, and into facetted and non-facetted.The Origin of Vertebrates|Walter Holbrook Gaskell
British Dictionary definitions for facetted
verb -ets, -eting, -eted, -ets, -etting or -etted
Word Origin for facet
Word Origin and History for facetted
1620s, from French facette (12c., Old French facete), diminutive of face (see face (n.)). The diamond-cutting sense is the original one. Related: Faceted; facets.