Facet [noun]

Definition of Facet:

surface; aspect

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Sentence/Example of Facet:

At the same time, however, the research sheds light on the many facets that shape language learning.

Another facet of the same set of orders extended a federal moratorium on evictions, lasting through at least the end of March.

The coronavirus pandemic forced publishers to re-examine and re-think many facets of their businesses, and may have unearthed some previously unexplored revenue opportunities.

That’s long been defended as a necessary facet of dynamic capitalism, that weaker companies are forced by markets to change or die and that in the end, it is healthier for society overall if zombie companies can’t survive endlessly.

Improving click-through performance is an essential facet of ensuring long-term online success, both on and off Google.

The process for gaining a security clearance is already a rigorous and extensive one that examines many facets of one’s life.

Got some guys banged up, and they just competed their tails off in all facets.

Few facets of life match a society in striking passion in the human heart so long as other societies exist to compare with our own.

Each of the Core Web Vitals represents a distinct facet of the user experience, is measurable in the field, and reflects the real-world experience of a critical user-centric outcome.

Due to unprecedented circumstances in nearly all facets of life, audiences are coping with heightened uncertainty and anxiety.