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plait to weave together strands of, so as to make a braid. [1/5 definitions]
reweave combined form of weave.
scrim a thin, sheer, durable cotton or linen fabric of open weave, used for curtains, linings, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
serge a sturdy suiting material with a diagonal weave.
splint a thin strip of wood used to weave a chair seat, basket, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
swansdown a thick soft woolen fabric with a fine weave. [1/2 definitions]
tarlatan a muslin fabric that is thin and stiff with an open weave.
twill the weave that produces this effect, in which the filling threads pass over or under two or more warp threads at a time. [2/3 definitions]
twist to wind, coil, or weave (something) around something else. [1/19 definitions]
voile a sheer, open-weave fabric made from wool, silk, cotton, or rayon, and used esp. for lightweight dresses or curtains.
wattle to twist or weave to form wattle. [1/5 definitions]
weaver finch any of several finches that weave elaborate nests.
wove past tense and a past participle of weave.
woven a past participle of weave.
wreathe to make into a wreath; bend, twist, or weave. [1/6 definitions]
yaw to weave, move unsteadily, turn, or pitch from side to side, esp. on a vertical axis. [1/4 definitions]