figural

[adj] - consisting of or forming human or animal figures
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Figural

Fig'urĀ·al adjective [ From Figure .] 1. Represented by figure or delineation; consisting of figures; as, figural ornaments. Sir T. Browne. 2. (Mus.) Figurate. See Figurate . Figural numbers . See Figurate numbers , under Fi...
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figural

figurative adjective consisting of or forming human or animal figures; `a figural design`; `the figurative art of the humanistic tradition`- Herbert Read
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Figural

• (a.) Represented by figure or delineation; consisting of figures; as, figural ornaments. • (a.) Figurate. See Figurate.
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figural

Jewelry designed to look like real objects. Common subjects are the human body, animal, insects, shells, flowers, leaves, and everyday objects like baskets and fans.
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