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texture (n.)

early 15c., "network, structure," from Latin textura "web, texture, structure," from stem of texere "to weave" (from PIE root *teks- "to weave, to fabricate, to make; make wicker or wattle framework"). Meaning "structural character" is recorded from 1650s. Related: Textural.

texture (v.)

1888 (implied in textured), "to give a texture to, to make not smooth or plain," from texture (n.).

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Definitions of texture from WordNet

texture (n.)
the feel of a surface or a fabric;
the wall had a smooth texture
texture (n.)
the essential quality of something;
the texture of Neapolitan life
texture (n.)
the musical pattern created by parts being played or sung together;
then another melodic line is added to the texture
texture (n.)
the characteristic appearance of a surface having a tactile quality;
texture (n.)
the physical composition of something (especially with respect to the size and shape of the small constituents of a substance);
breadfruit has the same texture as bread
fish with a delicate flavor and texture
Synonyms: grain
From wordnet.princeton.edu

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