American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having or connected by a web.
- adj. Linked or related to the World Wide Web.
- adj. of some feet With the digits connected by a thin membrane.
- adj. Resembling a web.
- adj. Connected to the World Wide Web.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Provided with a web.
- adj. (Zoöl.) Having the toes united by a membrane, or web.
- adj. (of the feet of some animals) having the digits connected by a thin fold of skin
- adj. having open interstices or resembling a web
“To make it more of a challenge for her fitter students, she relies on an array of aqua accessories, such as webbed gloves that increase resistance and foam dumbbells that help mimic land-based strength exercises.”
“J and my daughter worked for ten hours giving her baths, clipping away the matted hair she was so matted underneath, her legs were 'webbed' to her body.”
“The distinctive "webbed" designs of Genie the Weaver inspired my creation of the card.”
“Impressionistic cloud cities carved in some kind of webbed driftwood.”
“The roof was only a meter above his head and was dappled with some kind of webbed moss.”
“The fore-paws are a kind of webbed hand; they are above two feet long, and may be stretched out to the width of fifteen to eighteen inches.”
“Do you think that there is an Evangelical reason that Pentagon is "webbed" or built like The Mount Temple?”
“There was a tiny dragon, 6cm long with a low dorsal ridge down its back, a wide spotted tail and darkly webbed back feet.”
“Axel Gunderson shook hands and stepped to the fore, his great webbed shoes sinking a fair half yard into the feathery surface and packing the snow so the dogs should not wallow.”
“A yard of powdery snow had to be pressed down, and the wide-webbed shoe, under a man's weight, sank a full dozen inches into the soft surface.”
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