Faceted

a term used to mean that the flat faces of a polyhedral form have been replaced by inverted pyramids. A skeletal model can be considered to be a faceted form. (See also dimpled.)
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faceted

[adj] - having facets
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Faceted

Fac'et·ed adjective Having facets.
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faceted

adjective having facets; `a faceted diamond`
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Faceted

• (imp. & p. p.) of Facet • (a.) Having facets.
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Faceted

A faceted stone has small, flat-cut surfaces that make a sparkling effect on transparent stones. Facets act as both mirrors and windows. Reflecting light and channelling light into a stone where it refracts and re-emerges.
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Faceted

Cut with many facets or planes.
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Faceted

Is an attribute of a processed gemstone that has been cut and polished in order to have multiple flat surfaces. This is a process usually reserved for hard stones like diamonds, sapphires, rubies, emeralds, materials that are unlikely to be scratched.
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