A piece of firm fabric or other material inserted and usually sewn between the layers of a garment to thicken or stiffen it.(noun)
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Use "interfacing" in a sentence
"The potential for artistic creativity with neural interfacing is virtually unlimited."
"Such interfacing is likely to have a dramatic impact on the arts – as well as the First Amendment."
"It’s very conceivable that when neural interfacing is developed, these areas of the brain will be stimulated just as the sensory inputs can."