Definition of we_have
1. weave [ v ] interlace as if weavingUsed 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 fabricUsed 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 cottonUsed 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 froUsed 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"
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