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    Examples of weaves in a Sentence

  • Examples of wove
    1. The spider wove a delicate web.
    2. The golden broidery tender Milkah wove. — Tickell.
    3. She wove a beautiful basket out of reeds.
    4. There were the Fusters, not to be confused with Fusters who wove fustians ; the Sadler's Fusters made the wooden frame for saddles, which used to be much more elaborate affairs than our modern saddles are.
    5. I played against a guy yesterday who mana wove in CASUAL games.
  • Examples of weave
    1. Don't be hating my weave, girl, you're just jealous!
    2. I found a long-sleeve henley in a long-john weave of cool, beautifully soft viscose for $125.
    3. A woman weaves her huipil after praying to the saints, who are believed to have taught women to weave "in the beginning of time.
    4. That rug has a very tight weave.
    5. Spiders weave beautiful but deadly webs.
    6. to weave the plot of a story
    7. This will tend to break up the clumps without drawing attention to yourself with the mana weave.
  • Examples of woven
    1. Woven kevlar is tough enough to be bulletproof.
    2. The woven words of the sonnet were deep and moving.
    3. The spider had woven her web on a corner of the attic.
    4. The author takes rural midwestern life as a canvas for a series of tightly woven character studies.
    5. Madeline Weinrib, for one, works with traditional artisans to update the hand-woven ikats she uses for her chic clutches.
    6. But there was sophistication and beauty in the way that traditional African dance motifs, like the fierce, stamping Zulu indlamu sequences, were woven together with more sinuous abstract movements.
    7. It is made of jusi cloth, that is, cloth woven from banana leaf fiber.
    8. Even the diverse elements, the minute side-studies and the profuse comments, are all woven into the organic structure, and are essential to the unfoldment of the plot.
    9. In light of the frequent kidnappings in Iraq, do you suppose someone could invent a small tracking device that could be woven onto clothing and hard to find on it so that when someone gets kidnapped, the tracking devices could pin down their location?
    10. Upclomb the shadowy pine above the woven copse - Alfred Tennyson
  • Examples of weaves
    1. Stapleless staplers, invented in 1910, are a means of stapling that punches out a small flap of paper and weaves it through a notch.
    2. A woman weaves her huipil after praying to the saints, who are believed to have taught women to weave "in the beginning of time.
    3. 1934, VOKS Bulletin, Issues 7-8[1], Digitized edition, published 2006, page 80 : Two short stories … give a true, warm and unvarnished picture of the formation of the character and consciousness of a young Komsomol worker in the heat of socialist competition and udarnik work. 1968, Peter John Georgeoff, The Social Education of Bulgarian Youth[2], Univ. of Minnesota Press, ISBN 9780816604791, page 89 : The account that follows appears in the alphabet book and first reader: Udarnik / Stefka Filipova is a weaver … She weaves faster and better than anyone else. For this reason she is a udarnik. 1991, Eugene Lyons, Assignment in Utopia[3], page 208 : The brigadiers, or udarniki, worked harder, wasted less time and set an example for their more indolent or less ... Udarniki became a class apart on any job, compensated for their brigadiering by extra rations, priority in the distribution of deficit goods [...]
    4. This loom weaves yarn into sweaters.
  • Examples of weaved
    1. The drunk weaved into another bar.
    2. The ambulance weaved its way through the heavy traffic.
  • Examples of weaving
    1. These gestures, performed with the nonchalance of a daily chore, appeared and disappeared arrhythmically, weaving an intricate texture.
    2. When I saw the other driver weaving erratically across the road, I decided to keep my distance.
    3. The three younger dudukahars joined him, first interposing solos and then (when audible) weaving around the voice’s call-and-response with Alizâdeh’s shurangiz and the qanun.
    4. Her grandmother, Alice Merryman , who died two years ago at the age of 100, was a quilter and practitioner of corn shuckery, the art of weaving corn husks into brooms, baskets, benches and other objects, including dolls.
    5. The motorcycle is weaving in and out of traffic
    6. She is going to dig into Egyptian basket-weaving this semester.
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