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"we_have" is probably misspelled. Trying weave instead Definition of weave

1. weave [ v ] interlace as if weaving

Used in print:

(Norman Kent, "The Watercolor Art of Roy M. Mason"...)

What I have observed time_and_time_again is a process of integration , integration that begins as abstract design and gradually takes_on recognizable form ; color patterns that are made to weave throughout the whole composition ; and that over_all , amazing control of large washes which is the Mason stylemark .

(William C. Smith, "Why Fear Ideas?"...)

Shakespeare did not usually invent the incidents in his plays , but borrowed them from old stories , ballads , and plays , wove them together , and then breathed into them his spark of life .

Synonyms weave interweave Related Terms unweave disfigure twist shoot raddle inweave braid tinsel plait

2. weave [ n ] pattern of weaving or structure of a fabric

Used in print:

(The Times-Picayune, [New Orleans]...)

They come in crisp basket_weaves in natural honey hues , along with lacy open weaves with a lustre finish in natural , white , black and a whole range of colors .

In a lacy open weave shoes have a luster finish , braided collar and bow highlight on the squared throat .

Synonyms weave Related Terms design satin_weave plain_weave check twill open_weave woof warp

3. weave [ v ] of textiles; create a piece of cloth by interlacing strands of fabric, such as wool or cotton

Used in print:

(Musical America, LXXXI:5...)

With a large and circumspect 20_th Century technique , he wove the materials of national heroes and events , national folklore and children 's fairy_tales - Slavic dances and love songs - into a solid musical literature which served his people well , and is providing much enjoyment to the World at_large .

(Irving Fineman, Woman of Valor: The Life of Henrietta...)

Into the texture of this tapestry of history and human drama Henrietta , as every artist delights to do , wove strands of her own intuitive insights into human nature and - especially in the remarkable story of the attraction and conflict between two so disparate and fervent characters as this pair - into the relations of men and women : `` In their relations , she was the giver and he the receiver , nay the demander .

Synonyms weave tissue Related Terms create_from_raw_material braid brocade lace web twill handicraft weaving

4. weave [ v ] sway to and fro

Used in print:

(Mr. America, 4:6...)

Oh , you 'll wobble and weave quite a_bit at_first .

Synonyms weave waver Related Terms swing waver

5. weave [ v ] to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course
Examples: "the river winds through the hills" "the path meanders through the vineyards" "sometimes, the gout wanders through the entire body"

Synonyms wind thread meander wander weave Related Terms travel snake wander

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