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fi·brous

 (fī′brəs)
adj.
1. Having, consisting of, or resembling fibers.
2. Full of sinews; tough.

fi′brous·ly adv.
fi′brous·ness n.

fibrous

(ˈfaɪbrəs)
adj
consisting of, containing, or resembling fibres: fibrous tissue.
ˈfibrously adv
ˈfibrousness n

fi•brous

(ˈfaɪ brəs)

adj.
containing, consisting of, or resembling fibers.
[1620–30]
fi′brous•ly, adv.
fi′brous•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fibrous - having or resembling fibers especially fibers used in making cordage such as those of jute
tough - resistant to cutting or chewing
2.fibrous - (of meat) full of sinews; especially impossible to chew
tough - resistant to cutting or chewing
Translations
ليفي، ذو ألياف
vláknitý
fiber-fiberagtig
rostos
trefja-, trefjóttur
lifli

fibrous

[ˈfaɪbrəs] ADJfibroso

fibrous

[ˈfaɪbrəs] adj [object, substance] → fibreux/euse

fibrous

adjfaserig

fibrous

[ˈfaɪbrəs] adjfibroso/a

fibre

(American) fiber (ˈfaibə) noun
1. a fine thread or something like a thread. a nerve fibre.
2. a material made up of fibres. coconut fibre.
3. character. A girl of strong moral fibre.
ˈfibrous adjective
ˈfibreglass noun, adjective
1. (of) very fine threadlike pieces of glass, used for insulation, in materials etc. fibreglass curtains.
2. (of) a plastic material reinforced with such glass, used for many purposes eg building boats.

fi·brous

a. fibroso-a.
1. rel. a la fibrina;
2. estructura en forma de hilo;
___ ankylosisanquilosis ___;
___ cortical defectdefecto cortical ___;
___ degenerationdegeneración ___;
___ goiterbocio ___;
___ jointarticulación ___;
___ tissuetejido ___;
___ tuberculetubérculo ___.
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Single-walled carbon nanohorns of 2-5nm in diameter and 40-50nm in length radially gather and are connected fibrously in several micrometers.
Stopping only to chug back a [euro]15 (yes, [euro]15!) "supergreens smoothie" - as fibrously green and sludgy as it sounds - it's off to Buckingham- shire for the aforementioned Thermage, a treatment Gwyneth recently Gooped about.
Fibrously rooted perennials such as hostas, Hemerocallis and asters, are best divided using two forks placed back-toback.