Modal

A category of manufactured fibres known for their strength. The fabric retains its shape well.
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Modal

Polynosic rayon. Regenerated cellulose fiber with higher strength when wet. Hand resembles cotton.
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Modal

• (a.) Indicating, or pertaining to, some mode of conceiving existence, or of expressing thought. • (a.) Of or pertaining to a mode or mood; consisting in mode or form only; relating to form; having the form without the essence or reality.
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(Mood (modal / modality)) 'Mood' is an aspect of English verbs. It is created in a verb phrase through the use of a modal auxiliary. This kind of auxiliary verb has the effect of suggesting that the action told of by the verb is not actual but merely potential, e.g. 'He might win' or 'She could go'.…
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modal

adjective relating to or expressing the mood of a verb; `modal auxiliary`
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Modal

[deontic] Noble titles are those honorifics and names used for monarchs, rulers, sultans or saints of Indonesia. ...
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Modal

[textile] Modal is a type of rayon, a semi-synthetic cellulose fiber made by spinning reconstituted cellulose, in this case often from beech trees. Modal is used alone or with other fibers (often cotton or spandex) in household items such as pajamas, towels, bathrobes, underwear and bedsheets. Manufacturers claim a number of advantages for ...
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Modal

Mo'dal adjective [ Confer French modal . See Mode .] 1. Of or pertaining to a mode or mood; consisting in mode or form only; relating to form; having the form without the essence or reality. Glanvill. 2. (Logic & Metaph.) Indicating, or pertaining to, some m...
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modal

A bio-based fiber made by spinning reconstructed cellulose from beech trees. It is designed to dye just like cotton, and is color-fast when washed in warm water. Modal is essentially a variety of rayon. Textiles made from Modal are resistant to shrinkage and fading. They are smooth and soft, more so than mercerized cotton, to the point where mi...
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Modal

Characterizes music that is based on modes other than major and minor, especially the early church m
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Modal

Intermodal freight, containers, swapbodies, which can be transferred between train, lorry and ship.
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Modal

Made from spun Beechwood cellulose, the bio-based fibers create textiles that do not fibrillate, or pill, and are resilient to shrinking and fading.
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Modal

Modal is made with cellulose from beech trees and is essentially a variety of rayon. It is about 50% more water-absorbent than cotton. Modal fabric has softness, good drape and is said to breath even better than cotton. Garments made in modal have anti-crease properties and are relatively easy care.
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modal

Verbs describing mood: might, ought, should, would.
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modal

[adj] - of or relating to a musical mode 2. [adj] - relating to or expressing the mood of a verb
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