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  • A girl would learn to weave when she was about ten or twelve.
  • Some horses that have developed the habit will also weave while turned out.
  • The material out of which he wove his life was the present or the future. Cited from Theodore Roosevelt; An Intimate Biography, Thayer
  • James weaves his own life story into his mother's story.
  • It is also known as one-up-one-down weave or over and under pattern.
  • Between the wars, a small weaving industry developed which helped support the municipality.
  • She continued to weave as well as to do other jobs to help out her family.
  • By the mid-19th century weaving had become the town's principal industry.
  • The woman who could weave such beautiful clothes was widely known.
  • Although fictional, the film weaves events drawn from several real sources into the story.
  • Since that era, hair weave has only become more popular.
  • She can weave basic patterns, but she is unable to make up her own.
  • Each project weaves itself into a complex network of meaning, yet remains clear in its design intent.
  • This form of weaving has been dominated by women since that time.
  • Weaving is a common occupation for women, as it can be done inside the family home.
  • A few minutes later, he was weaving on the road, driving to the left of center.
  • The Council weaved together a message of self-help, business, and civil rights.
  • We weave our life and then move along in it.
  • He and his people wove clothes and sold them in places where festivals were held.
  • He weaves his wonderful words in such wonderful fashion that they sound like what he describes. Cited from English Literature For Boys and Girls,
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Meaning of weave

  • noun Pattern of weaving or structure of a fabric
  • verb Interlace by or as if by weaving
  • verb Create a piece of cloth by interlacing strands of fabric, such as wool or cotton
    tissue textiles
  • verb To move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course
    the river winds through the hills, the path meanders through the vineyards, sometimes, the gout wanders through the entire body