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webwork

Syllabification: web·work
Pronunciation: /ˈwebwərk
 
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Definition of webwork in English:

noun

A mesh or network of links or connecting pieces: a webwork of beams and girders
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  • As Daniel struggles to understand the webwork of relationships within the family - and his growing attraction to his cousin - the audience is gifted the odd flashback to help join up some of the dots.
  • These different interconnections between the many regulatory genes, if diagrammed fully, would form an intricate webwork, much more complex that the few arrows in this cartoon.
  • With exhaustive detail, it patiently recreates an entire society, showing the webwork of behavior and convention that obstructs and defeats our best intentions.

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