Definition of fabric :
1. Any system or structure consisting of connected parts; as, the fabric of the universe.
2. Cloth of any kind that is woven or knit from fibers, either vegetable or animal; manufactured cloth; as, silks or other fabrics.
3. Framework; structure; edifice; building.
4. That which is fabricated
5. The act of constructing; construction.
6. The structure of anything; the manner in which the parts of a thing are united; workmanship; texture; make; as cloth of a beautiful fabric.
7. To frame; to build; to construct.
bay, quality, body, stuff, brickwork, contexture, feature, cut, warp and woof, substance, aspect, balcony, peculiarity, cloth, model, textile, be, component, factor, foundation, nature, gather, infrastructure, ceiling, beading, alcove, property, configuration, armature, cadre, cornerstone, framing, yarn, fold, pleat, facet, addition, catacombs, shell, fiber, theoretical account
fabric (part of speech: adjective)
damask, serge, silk, Acrilan, fleece, chiffon, sateen, cheesecloth, crepe, challis, Dacron, Celanese, herringbone, lame, batik, net, worsted, percale, baize, rayon, tricot, grenadine, cambric, tweed, seersucker, horsehair, burlap, gabardine, suede, felt, Orlon, bunting, broadcloth, crinoline, cotton, gossamer, sacking sailcloth, plaid, Jersey, muslin, tulle, longcloth, sharkskin, foulard, nylon, astrakhan, chintz, corduroy, flannel, velvet, duffel, tarpaulin, madras, satin, wool, linen, oilcloth, moleskin, denim, canvas, paisley, taffeta, alpaca, chenille, calico, quilting, gingham, twill, matting, velour, mohair, brocade, cashmere
texture (part of speech: noun)
structure (part of speech: noun)
- To the work on the " Fabric of the Human Body" we have already alluded, as well as to the causes which led to its being written. - "Fathers of Biology", Charles McRae.
- But every century and every style seems to have had its say and left its mark upon the fabric of Rouen. - "The Story of Rouen", Sir Theodore Andrea Cook.
- If the death of Christ were not followed by His Resurrection and Ascension, the whole fabric of Christianity falls to pieces. - "Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V)", Alexander Maclaren.