|weave something in||inweave|
|actor employed as walk-on, building superintendent, especially, excellent, excessive, great!, high-octane gasoline, open-weave fabric for book bindings, pref. over, above; superior in quantity or quality, something bigger or better, strengthen with sup...||super|
|alternate under and over weave||plain weave|
|apparatus on which fabrics are woven, weaving machine, appear as a large and indistinct form; appear as larger than life; impend, be about to occur; weave fabric on a loom, appearance of something large, be about to happen, be seen as large shape, midd...||loom|
|barbs on the shaft of a feather, capture in a net, capture in a web; entangle in a web; weave a fabric, complex network, form a web, membrane between animal toes, net created by a spider; net, mesh; World Wide Web, network of HTML documents which are l...||web|
|basic quality, cereal; seed; granule; plants producing grain; particle; small portion of; texture, weave, cereals, direction of threads, dye, feed grain, give a grainy appearance, granulate, manufacture grains; crumble into granules; paint in imitation...||grain|
|become healed, bring the brows closer together, interlock yarn loops to make garment, knit fabric; knit clothing, plain stitch, see also:purl, something made by knitting, unite, use a knit stitch, way of knitting, weave by joining loops of yarn or thre...||knit|
|braid, plait; fold, crease, weave, map area of land, plait something, plan or map, plot of land, portion, part; small area of land; chart, graph; map, prepare a graph, prepare a chart; prepare a map||plat|
|break up something with something else, interweave, cross over and under as if woven together; intertwine, mingle together, weave together||interlace|
|cloth with diagonal lines, cloth with a twill weave, strong fabric, textile weave, weave twill||twill|
|cloth, cloth made of woven threads; textile, weave; structure, framework; construction, rock composition, structural material, substance, texture||fabric|
|combine separate things, decorate something with braid, decorative silky cord, interweave strands, make something by braiding, plait, three or more interwoven strands (of hair, straw, etc.); strip, band, something interwoven, weave into a braid; decora...||braid|
|combine, intertwine, interlace, braid, weave together; blend||interweave|
|cotton cloth made in a basket weave (often used to make button-up shirts)||oxford cloth|
|created by weaving, something made by weaving, spun, interwoven (e.g. of fabric), weave||woven|
|crosswise weave in cloth (as opposed to woof); piece of cloth, horizontal threads, something woven, warp, yarn for the weft||weft|
|decorate with pattern, grayish-pink color, of or resembling damask, patterned fabric, reversible fabric with woven patterns; damask steel, Damascus steel (hand-wrought steel with a wavy pattern etched on its surface), table linen, weave or decorate clo...||damask|
|distinctive character, effect of different components of music, feel of a surface, grain, weave, structure, give a surface a particular feel, rough quality, structure of something, way an artist depicts a surface||texture|
|fabric with metallic weave||lamé|
|fabric with raised design, heavy silk fabric decorated with a raised pattern, weave a raised pattern into a fabric, ornament with a raised design (of fabric), weave fabric with raised design||brocade|
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