- n. Plural form of web.
“He deconstructs the elements of Thelonious Monk's stately "Crepescule With Nellie," and spins improvised webs from a stride-based Byard tune.”
“Understanding the dynamics of deep-sea food webs is essential for scientific understanding and management of earth's largest ecosystem," said Sutton, who will attend the London news conference Monday marking the end of the census.”
“The plot itself evolved somewhat from a light-fantasy fare interwoven with humor and occasional gritty scenes, to a more realistic setting where webs within webs of conspiracies, backstabbing politics, raging battles and endless lust for power flourish.”
“There have been heated Internet discussions among experts that the webs were constructed by social cobweb spiders, which work together, or perhaps a mass dispersal where the arachnids spin webs to spread out from one other.”
“In Creating Short Fiction, Damon Knight explained that the conscious mind thinks linearly, while the unconscious thinks in webs of association.”
“Which helped me realize: My conscious mind thinks in webs of association.”
“Like him, they spin webs, capturing you with beguiling words that always contain other, and more, than what they literally say.”
“I wonder if those great creatures are not sometimes caught in webs spun by their fellow-creatures, and whether they are not sometimes put by hundreds into a bottle, without possessing any means of escape?”
“Reconvene the class to look at and read aloud the word webs together.”
“Last issue had the interestingly awesome moment of Spider-Man finally cutting loose with his webbing and entrapping Iron Man (and about a block and a half worth of alleyway) in webs.”
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