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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of weave (second meaning).

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Examples

  • His sword weaved an invisible circle around Sojan's guard and the newcomer soon had him at his mercy.

    Elric At The End of Time

  • I liked the guy, so I pulled up a kind of weaved colorful Mexican decorated chair and we talked about his small factory, his family, his life and more, over a couple of icy cold raspadas I opted to share with him on one of those real hot days you look forward to just thawing out.

    Are you a good shopper?

  • PERKINS: It kind of weaved a bit and Hagee fell off.

    CNN Transcript May 28, 2008

  • He "weaved," he "sunfished" -- with every trick known to an old outlaw he tried to throw his rider, rearing finally to fall backward and mash to a pulp a bed of Mr. Cone's choicest tulips.

    The Dude Wrangler

  • They didn't completely ruin Master Roshi, and Goku kind of weaved in and out of being Goku.

    Japanator

  • But the best revelations come when Rock examines the sodium hydroxide relaxer that turns nappy heads silky, and the origins of the shorn human hair that is "weaved" into shorter tresses to create the illusion of length and fullness.

    Reader - MassLive.com

  • As a teenage boy recoiled from the sudden impact and dropped to the ground a horde of uniformed figures weaved through the crowd and wrestled Simmons to the ground.

    FREE EXCERPT: Hater by David Moody (Chapter 1)

  • Sisko strolled along the path as it weaved through colorful, variegated flowerbeds, trying to let his surroundings bolster his mood further in his last few hours on Bajor.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire

  • Sisko strolled along the path as it weaved through colorful, variegated flowerbeds, trying to let his surroundings bolster his mood further in his last few hours on Bajor.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire

  • BLUE LIGHTS CUT through the fog as the police cruisers weaved through downtown Memphis, escorting the latecomers to the march.

    Burial for a King

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