web

Part of speech: noun

A woven fabric.

Part of speech: past tense

Webbed.

Part of speech: past participle

A cobweb; a scheme or snare.

Part of speech: noun

A membrane connecting the toes of an animal.

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Usage examples "web":

  1. " Maybe there she hath found Death," said the shining fly, " for his web reacheth far, and he loveth the dark places and hidden ways. - "The Story and Song of Black Roderick", Dora Sigerson.
  2. He even smiled as he thought how neatly he had walked into the spider's web. - "The Girl Aviators' Sky Cruise", Margaret Burnham.
  3. It was torture to know he had put the gentle old scientist into the Eurasian's web. - "The Affair of the Brains", Anthony Gilmore.