Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of spiderweb.

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Examples

  • Through the spiderwebbing cracks in the glass, a view of the tangled and overgrown parkland beyond was visible.

    Clockwork Angel

  • Just a large wound surrounded by spiderwebbing, purposeless.

    On Cars, and Where to Park Them « Morgan Dempsey

  • She raced through another crosswalk, but as she placed her foot on the concrete, her knee almost buckled, and black dots began spiderwebbing through her vision.

    Ecstasy in Darkness

  •   As she lit a cigarette, her green housecoat fell open a little, and John saw a purple bruise spiderwebbing away from the heavy, white curve of her left breast.

    BEFORE WINTER

  • It flung itself against the windshield, spiderwebbing the glass.

    Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series

  • She walked, smelling night air and wet leaves and the smell of the city, glittering in the far distance like a faerie castle wreathed in lightsand where she walked, spiderwebbing cracks fissured out from her footsteps and slivers of glass splashed up like water.

    Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series

  • At last there was a sound like a gunshot, and a huge crack appeared in the glass, spiderwebbing out into countless fissures.

    City of Glass

  • As she lit a cigarette, her green housecoat fell open a little, and John saw a purple bruise spiderwebbing away from the heavy, white curve of her left breast.

    BEFORE WINTER

  • My head hit the side window, spiderwebbing the glass as the back end of the Jeep swung around in a violent arc.

    Dingo Chapter 6

  • Rue leaned her head against him, her hair as soft as spiderwebbing.

    Morgawr

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