webbing

Part of speech: noun

A woven strip.

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Usage examples "webbing":

  1. But it was strong enough to hold up the pressure of over ten pounds per square inch, and the webbing was anchored in a metal sleeve that went too high for cutting. - "Police Your Planet", Lester del Rey.
  2. The control room door was flung open as the figure of a young man stumbled through and dropped two bundles of cloth and webbing upon the floor. - "The Finding of Haldgren", Charles Willard Diffin.
  3. There were springs and elastic webbing pulling one's shoulders and feet together, so that it was as much effort to stand extended- with one's legs straight out- as to stand upright on Earth. - "Space Tug", Murray Leinster.