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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To form (cloth) by interlacing strands (as of yarn). (past tense)

Usage examples (32)
  • -- That made without any wire marks, and called wove paper, is the best; it is made of various sizes and thicknesses.
  • So I kind of wove that disappointment into this song, Eileen.
  • In 40, if you retain it, "wove" the learned Toil is better than "urge," which spoils the personification.
  • With help from her children, she "wove" the blanket and design from gold, silver, blue and green bits of paper this summer. for more
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