Fictile

Fic"tile

(?), a. [L. fictilis. See Fiction.] Molded, or capable of being molded, into form by art; relating to pottery or to molding in any soft material.
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Fictile earth is more fragile than crude earth.
Bacon.
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The earliest specimens of Italian fictile art.
C. Wordsworth.
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Fictile ware, ware made of any material which is molded or shaped while soft; hence, pottery of any sort.

-- Fic"tile*ness, n. -- Fic*til"i*ty (#), n.
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