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Another word for thread

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Noun
  1. A very fine continuous strand

      1. A fine or very thin thread or fiber:
      2. A fine wire that is heated electrically to produce light in an incandescent lamp.
      3. The stalk that bears the anther in the stamen of a flower.
      1. A small slender fiber or filament.
      2. A threadlike fiber or filament, such as a myofibril or neurofibril, that is a constituent of a cell or larger structure.
      1. A slender, elongated, threadlike object or structure.
      2. One of the elongated, thick-walled cells that give strength and support to plant tissue.
      3. Any of the filaments constituting the extracellular matrix of connective tissue.
    See also:

    thing

  2. Something that suggests the continuousness of a fine continuous filament

      1. Land, typically a beach, bordering a body of water.
      2. To drive or run (a boat, for example) ashore or aground.
      3. To cause (a whale or other sea animal) to be unable to swim free from a beach or from shallow water.
      1. A length of thread or yarn wound in a loose long coil.
      2. Something suggesting the coil of a skein; a complex tangle:
      3. A flock of geese or similar birds in flight.
    See also:

    continue

Verb
  1. To put (objects) onto a fine continuous filament

      1. Material made of drawn-out, twisted fiber, used for fastening, tying, or lacing.
      2. A strand or cord of such material.
      3. A cord stretched on an instrument and struck, plucked, or bowed to produce tones.
    See also:

    order

Another word for thread

Noun
      1. Land, typically a beach, bordering a body of water.
      2. To drive or run (a boat, for example) ashore or aground.
      3. To cause (a whale or other sea animal) to be unable to swim free from a beach or from shallow water.
      1. To interweave three or more strands, strips, or lengths of in a diagonally overlapping pattern:
      2. To create (something) by such interweaving:
      3. To style (the hair) by such interweaving.
      1. 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.
      2. Something, such as a tape measure, that resembles a ribbon.
      3. A long thin strip:
      1. A continuous narrow, flexible strip of cloth, metal, paper, or plastic, such as adhesive tape, magnetic tape, or ticker tape.
      2. A narrow strip of strong woven fabric, as that used in sewing or bookbinding.
      3. A string stretched across the finish line of a racetrack to be broken by the winner.
      1. Material made of drawn-out, twisted fiber, used for fastening, tying, or lacing.
      2. A strand or cord of such material.
      3. A cord stretched on an instrument and struck, plucked, or bowed to produce tones.
      1. To wind together (two or more threads, for example) so as to produce a single strand.
      2. To form in this manner:
      3. To wind or coil (vines or rope, for example) about something.
      1. The web spun by a spider to catch its prey.
      2. A single thread spun by a spider.
      3. Something resembling the web of a spider in gauziness or flimsiness.
      1. A fine film of cobwebs that is often seen floating in the air or is caught on bushes or grass.
      2. Something that is light, delicate, or sheer, such as fabric.
      3. Sheer, light, or delicate:
      1. Any of the cylindrical, keratinized, often pigmented filaments characteristically growing from the epidermis of a mammal.
      2. A growth of such filaments, as that forming the coat of an animal or covering the scalp of a human.
      3. A filamentous projection or bristle similar to a hair, such as a seta of an arthropod or an epidermal process of a plant.
      1. 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:
      2. A strand or rod of such material, or a cable made of such strands twisted together.
      3. Fencing made of wire, especially barbed wire.
      1. Land, typically a beach, bordering a body of water.
      2. To drive or run (a boat, for example) ashore or aground.
      3. To cause (a whale or other sea animal) to be unable to swim free from a beach or from shallow water.
      1. A slender, elongated, threadlike object or structure.
      2. One of the elongated, thick-walled cells that give strength and support to plant tissue.
      3. Any of the filaments constituting the extracellular matrix of connective tissue.
      1. A fine or very thin thread or fiber:
      2. A fine wire that is heated electrically to produce light in an incandescent lamp.
      3. The stalk that bears the anther in the stamen of a flower.
      1. A fine, smooth, tightly twisted thread spun from long-staple cotton.
      2. Fabric knitted of this thread, used especially for hosiery and underwear.
      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. Hairy or downy material on a plant or animal, as on certain caterpillars.
      1. A continuous strand of twisted threads of natural or synthetic fibers, such as wool or nylon, used in weaving or knitting.
      2. A similar strand of other materials such as glass or plastic.
      3. A long, often elaborate narrative of real or fictitious adventures; an entertaining tale.
      1. Any of various shrubby plants of the genus Gossypium, having showy flowers and grown for the soft white downy fibers surrounding oil-rich seeds.
      2. The fiber of any of these plants, used in making textiles and other products.
      3. Thread or cloth manufactured from the fiber of these plants.
    See also:

    cloth

Verb
  1. To pass thread through a needle

  2. To connect

    See also:

    join