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Ultimately from Latin facētus, perhaps via Italian faceto.

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Facete (comparative more Facete, superlative most Facete)

Positive
Facete

Comparative
more Facete

Superlative
most Facete

  1. (archaic) Facetious.
    • 1621, Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, I.2.4.iv:
      Adrian the sixth pope [...] gave command that statue should be demolished and burned, the ashes flung into the River Tiber, and had done it forthwith, had not Lodovicus Suessanus, a facete companion, dissuaded him to the contrary [...].

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facete f.

  1. Feminine plural form of facetopl:facete

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