Definition of web:
- A band of webbing used to regulate the extension of the hood.
- A disk or solid construction serving, instead of spokes, for connecting the rim and hub, in some kinds of car wheels, sheaves, etc.
- A plate or thin portion, continuous or perforated, connecting stiffening ribs or flanges, or other parts of an object.
- A thin metal sheet, plate, or strip, as of lead.
- A weaver.
- A whole piece of linen cloth as woven.
- Fig.: Tissue; texture; complicated fabrication.
- Pterygium; - called also webeye.
- That which is woven; a texture; textile fabric; esp., something woven in a loom.
- The arm of a crank between the shaft and the wrist.
- The bit of a key.
- The blade of a saw.
- The blade of a sword.
- The membrane which unites the fingers or toes, either at their bases, as in man, or for a greater part of their length, as in many water birds and amphibians.
- The part of a blackmith's anvil between the face and the foot.
- The series of barbs implanted on each side of the shaft of a feather, whether stiff and united together by barbules, as in ordinary feathers, or soft and separate, as in downy feathers. See Feather.
- The texture of very fine thread spun by a spider for catching insects at its prey; a cobweb.
- The thin vertical plate or portion connecting the upper and lower flanges of an lower flanges of an iron girder, rolled beam, or railroad rail.
- The thin, sharp part of a colter.
- To unite or surround with a web, or as if with a web; to envelop; to entangle.
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- "The Boy Tar", Mayne Reid.
In the province of Kiang- nan each grows his own cotton; his wife and children spin it into thread and it is woven into a web in his own house, sometimes by his own family, but more frequently by others hired for the purpose.- "Travels in China, Containing Descriptions, Observations, and Comparisons, Made and Collected in the Course of a Short Residence at the Imperial Palace of Yuen-Min-Yuen, and on a Subsequent Journey through the Country from Pekin to Canton", John Barrow.
- "The Cheerful Cricket and Others", Jeannette Marks.