cream, pick, pickax, plectrum, pickaxe, picking, woof, selection, plectron, filling, choice, fill, option.
Discharging their loads they would return laden with warp, weft,
size, and other articles.
- "Bygone Cumberland and Westmorland", Daniel Scott.
Here is a leaf like the heart of a rose, And here the shift in the pattern shows How another weft
in the tireless loom Set the gold of the skies a- bloom.
- "In the Days of the Guild", Louise Lamprey.
Thou shalt work with subtle force All thy deep shade of remorse In the texture of the weft,
That no stain on thee be left;- Ay, false queen, shalt fashion grief, Grief and wrong, to soft relief.
- "Rose and Roof-Tree Poems", George Parsons Lathrop.