(comparative more festucine, superlative most festucine)
- 1853, F. H. Stauffer, Rose May, the new School-Mistress, in The Family Fire-Side Book, page 314:
- […] ; and during the controversy and distracted attention, a beautiful young lady, habited in a black silk pelisse, a festucine dress, and an envious little straw bonnet, stepped out of the opposite side of the coach.
- 1913, John Myers O'Hara, Heliogabalus, in Pagan Sonnets, page 10:
- […] laid
- Upon thy pouting lips the drench of wine!
- Above thy brow they massed the festucine
- Tresses and bound them with a mitra's braid;
- (organic chemistry) Loline, an alkaloid with the formula C₈H₁₄N₂O.