miasmic, hackneyed, banal, out-and-out, pellucid, limpid, hack, rank, vapourish, timeworn, moth-eaten, plain, commonplace, bold, filmy, gossamer, sheer, hackney, right-down, tired, lucid, unmingled, ethereal, vapourific, see-through, transparent, miasmal, unsubstantial, guileless, gauzelike, crystalline, vaporific, threadbare, vaporous, cliché, vapourous, gauze-like, clichéd, bluff, unmixed, frothy, vaporish, thin, gauzy, musty, obligatory, diaphanous, gossamery, downright, crystal clear, absolute, sleazy, shopworn, insubstantial, well-worn, stereotyped, trite
- Leaves thick, firm; upper surface dark green, dull, rugose; lower surface tinged with blue, faintly pubescent, cobwebby; lobes variable in number, terminal one acute; petiolar sinus deep, narrow, closed, sometimes overlapping; basal sinus shallow; lateral sinus shallow, narrow; teeth shallow; stamens upright. - "Manual of American Grape-Growing", U. P. Hedrick.
- Joyce laughed, placed her companion's feet on a ledge, and hauled her down, breathless, cobwebby, and thoroughly scared. - "The Boarded-Up House", Augusta Huiell Seaman.
- Fortunately the old brass andirons of Colonial days have proven themselves fitted to survive, and many of them are still to be found in old cobwebby attics or in the more accessible shop of the dealer in antiques. - "Making a Fireplace", Henry H. Saylor.