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Another word for filament

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Noun
  1. A very fine continuous strand

      1. A light, fine, stringlike length of material made up of two or more fibers or strands of spun cotton, flax, silk, etc. twisted together and used in sewing
      2. Any of the yarns of which a fabric is woven
      3. A similar fine length of synthetic material, as nylon or plastic, or of glass or metal
      1. (Biology) Any fine, filamentous structure in animals or plants
      2. (Anatomy) A threadlike fiber or filament, such as a myofibril or neurofibril, that is a constituent of a cell or larger structure.
      3. A small fiber, esp. a component of a larger fiber
      1. Any such thread or structure
      2. Any of various elongated cells or threadlike structures, especially a muscle fiber or a nerve fiber.
      3. Strength of character; fortitude:
    See also:

    thing

Another word for filament

Noun
      1. Any thin line, stratum, vein, stream, ray, etc.
      2. A light, fine, stringlike length of material made up of two or more fibers or strands of spun cotton, flax, silk, etc. twisted together and used in sewing
      3. A similar fine length of synthetic material, as nylon or plastic, or of glass or metal
      1. A wispy or curly strand of hair, often clinging to the face or neck
      2. (Botany) A thin, spirally coiling stem that attaches a plant to its support.
      3. A twisting, slender structure by which a plant, such as a grape or cucumber, twines around and often climbs an object or another plant.
      1. Metal that has been drawn out into a strand or rod, used chiefly for structural support, as in concrete, and for conducting electricity, when it is usually insulated with a rubber or plastic cladding:
      2. (Horse Racing) A wire above the finish line of a race
      3. Wire netting or other wirework
    See also:

    fiber