[ fahy-berd ]

  1. (of plaster) having an admixture of hair or fiber.

Origin of fibered

First recorded in 1770–80; fiber + -ed3

Other words from fibered

  • mul·ti·fi·bered, adjective
  • un·fi·bered, adjective

Words Nearby fibered Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use fibered in a sentence

  • Newt Spooner was tough-fibered, and his recovery, as any eye could see, would now be speedy and complete.

    The Code of the Mountains | Charles Neville Buck
  • They were honestly made of pure, fine-fibered Saxony wool, and sold as high as $6.50 per yard.

    Textiles | William H. Dooley
  • The cheaper grades are manufactured from a fine-fibered wool and shoddy, with low grades of shoddy and mungo for back.

    Textiles | William H. Dooley
  • Being of a very hard-fibered cane, akin to bamboo, they would take a kind of splintering-point of almost needle sharpness.

    In the Morning of Time | Charles G. D. Roberts
  • Jinnie felt every muscle of his strongly fibered body grow tense at her touch.

    Rose O'Paradise | Grace Miller White