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weave1 British & World English

Form (fabric or a fabric item) by interlacing long threads passing in one direction with others at a right angle to them

weave2 British & World English

Twist and turn from side to side while moving somewhere in order to avoid obstructions

weave1 English Thesaurus

grass and twigs were woven into their uniforms to break up their silhouettes

weave2 English Thesaurus

he had to weave his way through the crowds

weave New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

form (fabric); weave meaning ‘move from side to side’ inflects regularly

dobby weave British & World English

A style of patterned weave consisting of small geometric devices repeated frequently

plain weave British & World English

A style of weave in which the weft alternates over and under the warp

satin weave British & World English

A method of weaving fabric in which either the warp or the weft predominates on the surface

basket weave British & World English

A style of weave or a pattern resembling basketwork

bob and weave British & World English

Make rapid bodily movements up and down and from side to side, for example as an evasive tactic by a boxer

weave something into in weave1 British & World English

Include an element in (such a story or pattern)

bob and weave in bob1 British & World English

Make rapid bodily movements up and down and from side to side, for example as an evasive tactic by a boxer


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