Con*tex"ture (?; 135), n. [Cf. F. contexture.]

The arrangement and union of the constituent parts of a thing; a weaving together of parts; structural character of a thing; system; constitution; texture.

That wonderful contexture of all created beings. Dryden.

He was not of any delicate contexture; his limbs rather sturdy than dainty. Sir H. Wotton.

 

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