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fillagree

(ˈfɪləˌɡriː)
n, adj, vb
(Art Terms) a less common variant of filigree
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fil•i•gree

(ˈfɪl əˌgri)

n., adj., v. -greed, -gree•ing. n.
1. delicate ornamental work of fine silver, gold, or other metal wires, esp. lacy jewelers' work of scrolls and arabesques.
2. anything very delicate or fanciful: a filigree of frost.
adj.
3. composed of or resembling filigree.
v.t.
4. to adorn with or form into filigree.
[1685–95; < French filigrane < Italian filigrana < Latin fīli-, comb. form of fīlum thread + grāna, pl. of grānum grain]
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fillagree


Past participle: fillagreed
Gerund: fillagreeing

Imperative
fillagree
fillagree
Present
I fillagree
you fillagree
he/she/it fillagrees
we fillagree
you fillagree
they fillagree
Preterite
I fillagreed
you fillagreed
he/she/it fillagreed
we fillagreed
you fillagreed
they fillagreed
Present Continuous
I am fillagreeing
you are fillagreeing
he/she/it is fillagreeing
we are fillagreeing
you are fillagreeing
they are fillagreeing
Present Perfect
I have fillagreed
you have fillagreed
he/she/it has fillagreed
we have fillagreed
you have fillagreed
they have fillagreed
Past Continuous
I was fillagreeing
you were fillagreeing
he/she/it was fillagreeing
we were fillagreeing
you were fillagreeing
they were fillagreeing
Past Perfect
I had fillagreed
you had fillagreed
he/she/it had fillagreed
we had fillagreed
you had fillagreed
they had fillagreed
Future
I will fillagree
you will fillagree
he/she/it will fillagree
we will fillagree
you will fillagree
they will fillagree
Future Perfect
I will have fillagreed
you will have fillagreed
he/she/it will have fillagreed
we will have fillagreed
you will have fillagreed
they will have fillagreed
Future Continuous
I will be fillagreeing
you will be fillagreeing
he/she/it will be fillagreeing
we will be fillagreeing
you will be fillagreeing
they will be fillagreeing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been fillagreeing
you have been fillagreeing
he/she/it has been fillagreeing
we have been fillagreeing
you have been fillagreeing
they have been fillagreeing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been fillagreeing
you will have been fillagreeing
he/she/it will have been fillagreeing
we will have been fillagreeing
you will have been fillagreeing
they will have been fillagreeing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been fillagreeing
you had been fillagreeing
he/she/it had been fillagreeing
we had been fillagreeing
you had been fillagreeing
they had been fillagreeing
Conditional
I would fillagree
you would fillagree
he/she/it would fillagree
we would fillagree
you would fillagree
they would fillagree
Past Conditional
I would have fillagreed
you would have fillagreed
he/she/it would have fillagreed
we would have fillagreed
you would have fillagreed
they would have fillagreed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fillagree - delicate and intricate ornamentation (usually in gold or silver or other fine twisted wire)fillagree - delicate and intricate ornamentation (usually in gold or silver or other fine twisted wire)
embellishment - a superfluous ornament
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