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Definition of "facient" [fa•cient]

  • One who does something; a doer; an agent. (noun)
  • One of the variables of a quantic as distinguished from a coefficient. (noun)
  • A multiplier. (noun)

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Use "facient" in a sentence
  • "Theologiam accedunt, non ut rem divinam, sed ut suam facient; non ad Ecclesiae bonum promovendum, sed expilandum; quaerentes, quod"
  • "De Comania autem insultum facient in terras superius annotatas."
  • "Si male pugnant occidentur ab eis: Si autem bene, ipsos cum promissis adulationibus tenent: et etiam vt ab ipsis non fugiant promittunt eis quod facient eos dominos magnos et post hoc quando securi esse possunt de ipsis, vt non redeant, faciunt eos infoelicissimos seruos."