noun, plural fec·u·lae [fek-yuh-lee]. /ˈfɛk yəˌli/.
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It may also be observed, that as fecula absorbs less water than flour, this affords a ready means of detection.
When dried with stirring upon hot iron plates, it agglomerates into small lumps, called tapioca; being a gummy fecula.
With this fecula was mingled a mucilaginous juice of disagreeable flavour, but which it would be easy to get rid of by pressure.Abandoned|Jules Verne
Starch (Farina or Fecula) is the form in which this common plant material is, as it were, laid by for future use.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray
We supposed that rye-flour, pea-flour, and potato fecula were largely used in the making of it.Six Women and the Invasion|Gabrielle Yerta