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Thread or cloth manufactured from the fiber of these plants.
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  1. Thread or cloth manufactured from the fiber of these plants.
  2. Any of various shrubby plants of the genus Gossypium, having showy flowers and grown for the soft white downy fibers surrounding oil-rich seeds.
  3. Thread or cloth made of cotton
A continuous strand of twisted threads of natural or synthetic fibers, such as wool or nylon, used in weaving or knitting.
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  1. A continuous strand of twisted threads of natural or synthetic fibers, such as wool or nylon, used in weaving or knitting.
  2. Coarse fibers woven into strands for rope-making
  3. Any fiber, as wool, silk, flax, cotton, nylon, glass, etc., spun into strands for weaving, knitting, or making thread
The dense, soft, often curly hair forming the coat of sheep and certain other mammals, such as the goat and alpaca, consisting of cylindrical strands of keratin covered by minute overlapping scales and much valued as a textile fiber.
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  1. The dense, soft, often curly hair forming the coat of sheep and certain other mammals, such as the goat and alpaca, consisting of cylindrical strands of keratin covered by minute overlapping scales and much valued as a textile fiber.
  2. Fabric or yarn made of this hair.
  3. The soft, curly or crisp hair of sheep
A fabric, or stockings, gloves, etc., knit or woven of lisle
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  1. A fabric, or stockings, gloves, etc., knit or woven of lisle
  2. A type of strong cotton thread, or a cloth woven from such thread.
  3. A fine, smooth, tightly twisted thread spun from long-staple cotton.
A very slender thread or fiber
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  1. A very slender thread or fiber
  2. A fine wire that is heated electrically to produce light in an incandescent lamp.
  3. A fine or very thin thread or fiber:
Any such thread or structure
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  1. Any such thread or structure
  2. Any substance that can be separated into threads or threadlike structures for spinning, weaving, etc.
  3. A natural or synthetic filament, as of cotton or nylon, capable of being spun into yarn.
A complex of fibers or filaments that have been twisted together to form a cable, rope, thread, or yarn.
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  1. A complex of fibers or filaments that have been twisted together to form a cable, rope, thread, or yarn.
  2. A single filament, such as a fiber or thread, of a woven or braided material.
  3. A wisp or lock of hair.
The screen on which sheets of paper are formed in a papermaking machine.
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  1. The screen on which sheets of paper are formed in a papermaking machine.
  2. Metal that has been drawn out into a strand or rod, used chiefly for structural support, as in concrete, and for conducting electricity, when it is usually insulated with a rubber or plastic cladding:
  3. Metal that has been drawn into a very long, thin thread or rod, usually circular in cross section
Any of the fine, threadlike outgrowths from the skin of an animal or human being
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  1. Any of the fine, threadlike outgrowths from the skin of an animal or human being
  2. A slender growth resembling a mammalian hair, found on insects and other animals.
  3. Material woven from hair
Something that is light, delicate, or sheer, such as fabric.
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  1. Something that is light, delicate, or sheer, such as fabric.
  2. (Former) A lightweight waterproof coat
  3. A very thin, soft, filmy cloth
Anything flimsy, gauzy, or ensnaring, like the web of a spider
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  1. Anything flimsy, gauzy, or ensnaring, like the web of a spider
  2. A web spun by a spider, esp. one spun indoors that has gathered dust
  3. A single thread spun by a spider.
An unexpected change in a process or a departure from a pattern, often producing a distortion or perversion:
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  1. An unexpected change in a process or a departure from a pattern, often producing a distortion or perversion:
  2. A length of yarn, cord, or thread, especially a strong silk thread used mainly to bind the edges of buttonholes.
  3. Tobacco leaves twisted into the shape of a roll
Fiber twisted into a thin line, used for tying, pulling, fastening, etc.; a type of slender cord or thick thread
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  1. Fiber twisted into a thin line, used for tying, pulling, fastening, etc.; a type of slender cord or thick thread
  2. A narrow strip of leather or cloth for fastening shoes, clothing, etc.; lace
  3. Something resembling a string or appearing as a long, thin line:
A narrow strip or band of steel, paper, etc.
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  1. A narrow strip or band of steel, paper, etc.
  2. A continuous narrow, flexible strip of cloth, metal, paper, or plastic, such as adhesive tape, magnetic tape, or ticker tape.
  3. A strong, narrow, woven strip of cotton, linen, etc. used to bind seams in garments, tie bundles, etc.
Tattered or ragged strips:
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  1. Tattered or ragged strips:
  2. A narrow strip or band of fabric, especially a fine fabric such as satin or velvet, finished at the edges and used for trimming, tying, or finishing.
  3. A narrow strip of inked cloth or plastic against which type characters strike for printing, as in a typewriter
A band or strip formed by braiding
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  1. A band or strip formed by braiding
  2. A ribbon or band used to fasten the hair.
  3. A braided segment or length, as of hair, fabric, or fiber.
To attach or connect with electrical wire or cable:
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  1. To attach or connect with electrical wire or cable:
  2. (Archaic) To snare with a wire or wires
  3. To furnish, connect, bind, attach, string, etc. with a wire or wires
To fit or furnish with strings or a string:
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  1. To fit or furnish with strings or a string:
  2. To tie, pull, fasten, hang, lace, etc. with a string or strings
  3. To thread on a string:
To win the heart of; to connect by ties of love or self-interest; to attract; to fasten or bind by moral influence; with to.
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  1. To win the heart of; to connect by ties of love or self-interest; to attract; to fasten or bind by moral influence; with to.
  2. To connect by ties of affection, attraction, etc.
  3. (Intransitive) To adhere; to be attached.
To put together in a series or sequence
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The parts of grains, fruits, and vegetables that contain cellulose and are not digested by the body. Fiber helps the intestines absorb water, which increases the bulk of the stool and causes it to move more quickly through the colon.
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  1. The parts of grains, fruits, and vegetables that contain cellulose and are not digested by the body. Fiber helps the intestines absorb water, which increases the bulk of the stool and causes it to move more quickly through the colon.
  2. Any of various elongated cells or threadlike structures, especially a muscle fiber or a nerve fiber.
  3. Strength of character; fortitude:
Any of various threadlike fibers or filaments that are constituent parts of a cell or larger structure. Cellulose fibrils are the main component of cell walls in plants. Fibrils make up the contractile part of striated muscle fiber in the body.
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  1. Any of various threadlike fibers or filaments that are constituent parts of a cell or larger structure. Cellulose fibrils are the main component of cell walls in plants. Fibrils make up the contractile part of striated muscle fiber in the body.
  2. (Anatomy) A threadlike fiber or filament, such as a myofibril or neurofibril, that is a constituent of a cell or larger structure.
  3. A small fiber, esp. a component of a larger fiber
A fine wire that gives off radiation when an electric current is passed through it, usually to provide light, as in an incandescent bulb, or to provide heat, as in a vacuum tube.
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  1. A fine wire that gives off radiation when an electric current is passed through it, usually to provide light, as in an incandescent bulb, or to provide heat, as in a vacuum tube.
  2. A fine or slender thread, wire, or fiber.
  3. A very slender thread or fiber
A quantity of thread or yarn wound in a coil
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  1. A quantity of thread or yarn wound in a coil
  2. (Wagonmaking) A metallic strengthening band or thimble on the wooden arm of an axle.
  3. A quantity of yarn, thread, or the like, put up together, after it is taken from the reel. A skein of cotton yarn is formed by eighty turns of the thread round a fifty-four inch reel.
Any one of the threads, fibers, wires, etc. that are twisted together to form a length of string, rope, or cable
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  1. Any one of the threads, fibers, wires, etc. that are twisted together to form a length of string, rope, or cable
  2. A single filament, such as a fiber or thread, of a woven or braided material.
  3. A complex of fibers or filaments that have been twisted together to form a cable, rope, thread, or yarn.
The antlers of a deer.
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  1. The antlers of a deer.
  2. Clothes, esp. fine or rich apparel; finery
  3. Clothing or array; apparel.
Articles, typically of cloth, designed to cover, protect, or adorn the body; garments; attire
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  1. Articles, typically of cloth, designed to cover, protect, or adorn the body; garments; attire
  2. (Plural only) Items of clothing; apparel.
  3. Articles of dress; wearing apparel; garments.
A covering.
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  1. A covering.
  2. Clothes considered as a group; wearing apparel.
  3. Wearing apparel; clothes; garments
Clothing; apparel.
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  1. Clothing; apparel.
  2. Formal clothes
  3. A style of clothing:
Any article of clothing
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  1. Any article of clothing
  2. A single item of clothing.
  3. Clothes; costume
Furnishings or equipment; trappings
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  1. Furnishings or equipment; trappings
  2. Clothes, especially clothing appropriate for someone's job, status, or to an occasion.
  3. Clothing; dress; attire
(Archaic) Clothing; wearing apparel; attire
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  1. (Archaic) Clothing; wearing apparel; attire
  2. (Archaic or literary) Clothing, garments, dress, material.
A coat or cloak.
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  1. A coat or cloak.
  2. Clothes:
  3. (Informal) Clothes; outfit
To tie, pull, fasten, hang, lace, etc. with a string or strings
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  1. To tie, pull, fasten, hang, lace, etc. with a string or strings
  2. To fit or furnish with strings or a string:
  3. To thread on a string:
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