facia

[ fey-shuh ]
/ ˈfeɪ ʃə /

noun Chiefly British.

Also fascia.

Origin of facia

1880–85; spelling variant of fascia, perhaps through confusion with Latin faciēs, English face, facial, etc.
Also called facia board.
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Examples from the Web for facia

  • The base is nailed to the lower edges of the rafters, and the facia is then applied.

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  • Not being able to make myself understood I went outside, looked at the facia, and found I had gone to the wrong address.

  • All unsuccessful dogmatical attempts of reason are facia, which it is always useful to submit to the censure of the sceptic.

British Dictionary definitions for facia

facia

/ (ˈfeɪʃɪə) /

noun

a variant spelling of fascia

Derived Forms

facial, adjective
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