Fibrous [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Fibrous:

How best to harness the power of garlic in your everyday cookingLeeks, while similar in concept to scallions, aren’t as well-suited to being eaten raw, thanks to their more fibrous texture.

Instead there’re going to be an array of ingredients and proteins that need to be identified and developed to replicate the fibrous textures and fats that make meat taste like meat.

But this paper was a very tough, fibrous substance, and would resist quite a heavy blow as well as keep out the cold.

“Fibrous” applies metaphorically to mental qualities; it means strong, sinewy—high talents, just below genius.

The essential point in which it differs from any other known mineral consists in its being at once fibrous and textile.

At Rockhausen, not far from Erfurth, in Prussia, there fell a great quantity of a fibrous matter resembling human hair.

The larger ropes used by them, two inches in diameter, were made from the fibrous roots of the spruce.

Harkness was examining their ship, where shreds of filmy, fibrous material still clung, when Chet spoke.

Pandans are valued chiefly for their strong fibrous leaves, which are woven into mats, bags, and hats.

They are constructed of Chinese or Japanese paper, which is a soft, but very tough, fibrous texture.