from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A net or web; something structured or interlinked in a weblike manner.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

web +‎ work


  • Miles had his eyes half closed, squinting up at the webwork iron structure of the ferris wheel.

    Terror in Tivoli « Official Harry Harrison News Blog

  • The sometimes-missing backgrounds (mostly when characters are talking indoors) are typical of webwork, but the strong character design makes up for them, and each new or significant setting is drawn appropriately.

    *The Night Owls — Recommended » Comics Worth Reading

  • Ahead, through the webwork of shadows, she saw that the passageway turned sharply.


  • The alien ecosculpting platform was already slowly moving out of orbit, pulled toward its date with destiny by the complicated webwork of coruscating tractor beams that each ship in the recon flotilla was generating in tandem operation.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Seize the Fire

  • Friday is the best day of the week for me; Friday is a day jam-crammed with duty that ends with my great fun night of webwork and site design and movie-watching.

    Wednesday, March 17 – The Bleat.

  • If there had ever been mattresses on them, they were gone now, leaving only a slightly rusted webwork behind.

    Vicious Grace

  • And if you ever need webwork done, I highly recommend Jeremiah Tolbert.

    International Blog Against Racism Week

  • It is a living webwork that weaves itself out of itself.

    The Nature of Technology

  • And when he died, whatever the circumstances, they would suddenly, all those elements that despised his unchecked power—they would invert their distrust and begin to float rumors that the Director himself was the victim of a wry homicide planned and carried out by unknown parties in the vast and layered webwork of the state.


  • Offered my services for graphics and basic webwork to him, and if I finally get off my ass and learn PHP, I might just get in on it (should learn MySQL one of these days, too, I suppose).

    April 29th, 2006


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