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Adjective
/ˈwōvən/,
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(of fabric) Formed by interlacing long threads passing in one direction with others at a right angle to them,
  1. (of fabric) Formed by interlacing long threads passing in one direction with others at a right angle to them
    • - women in striped, woven shawls
  2. (of basketwork or a wreath) Made by interlacing items such as cane, stems, flowers, or leaves

  3. (of a complex story or pattern) Made in a specified way from a number of interconnected elements
    • - a neatly woven tale of intrigue in academia

  1. made or constructed by interlacing threads or strips of material or other elements into a whole; "woven fabrics"; "woven baskets"; "the incidents woven into the story"; "folk songs woven into a symphony"
  2. (weave) interlace by or as if by weaving
  3. (weave) pattern of weaving or structure of a fabric
  4. (weave) create a piece of cloth by interlacing strands of fabric, such as wool or cotton; "tissue textiles"
  5. (weave) waver: sway to and fro
  6. (weave) to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course; "the river winds through the hills"; "the path meanders through the vineyards"; "sometimes, the gout wanders through the entire body"
  7. A woven is a cloth formed by weaving. It only stretches in the bias directions (between the warp and weft directions), unless the threads are elastic. Woven cloth usually frays at the edges, unless measures are taken to counter this, such as the use of pinking shears or hemming. ...
  8. (Weave (digital printing)) Weaving is a technique used in digital printing to reduce visual bands resulting from the proximity of adjacent print nozzles. Horizontal rows are printed out of order and "weaved" together with subsequent passes of the print head.
  9. (Weave (Forgotten Realms)) In the Dungeons & Dragons campaign setting Forgotten Realms, the Weave is the fundamental force of both arcane magic and divine magic, from which spellcasters draw their strength. It permeates the world, comparable to aether, the mystical substance.
  10. (Weave (wig)) A hair weave is a very general term used to describe human or artificial hair used to alter one's natural hair appearance by adding additional hair to their natural hair or by covering the natural hair all together with human or synthetic hair pieces. ...
  11. (Wovens) Refers to fabrics that are formed with warp and filling yarns which are interwoven together to form the fabric. Wovens generally have a tighter more rigid construction than knits and are susceptible to seam puckering. ...
  12. (Weave) is the word used to describe a slow (0–4 Hz) oscillation between leaning left and steering right, and vice-versa. The entire bike is affected with significant changes in steering angle, lean angle (roll), and heading angle (yaw). ...
  13. (Weave (שבץ shavats, Strong's #7660)) Weaving is taking several different strands of material and intertwining them together to create one object, a basket. ...
  14. (Weave) The pattern by which a fabric is formed from interlacing yarns. In plain weave, the warp and fill fibers alternate to make both fabric faces identical; in satin weave, the pattern produces a satin appearance, with the warp tow over several fill tows and under the next one (for example, ...
  15. (WEAVE) The particular manner in which a fabric is formed by interlacing yarns. Usually assigned a style number.
  16. (Weave) The technique used in weaving. There are two major weaving techniques, pile weave and flat weave.
  17. (Weave) The manner in which a fabric is produced, utilizing methods of combining the warp and weft threads. The type of weave affects the strength, stretch, sheen and weight of a fabric. The basic types of weaves are plain, twill and satin.
  18. (Weave) The process of making fabrics by interlacing warp threads with weft or filling yarns.
  19. (Weave) A design or pattern created by intersecting vertical and horizontal threads with each other.
  20. (Weave) A fabric pattern description denoting a specific relationship of warp and filling yarns at specific locations in the fabric.
  21. (Weave) A type of hairpiece that is attached to the scalp by weaving the growing hairs through the edge of the hairpiece. Weaves do not involve the use of adhesives, but must be reattached after a few weeks as the attachment hairs grow out or become loose.
  22. (Weave) An internet-like system that allows people with internal looms to download information directly into their minds. It also allows items to be ‘pulled’ or downloaded out of thin air. Only Hegemony citizens have internal looms but they work anywhere in the universe of man. ...
  23. (Weave) Swinging your strings from one side of your body (left side) to the other (right side). There are MANY different variations of this basic concept.
  24. (Weave) The configuration of threads running perpendicular to one another. A plain weave places weft thread over the warp thread in sequence, then reverses for the next row of threads.
  25. (Weave) The process of creating a woven label with threads that are projected through a loom.