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Another word for weave

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Verb
  1. To move back and forth or from side to side, as if about to fall

      1. To move or rotate with an uneven or rocking motion or unsteadily from side to side.
      2. To tremble or quaver:
      3. To waver or vacillate in one's opinions or feelings.
      1. To move unsteadily back and forth:
      2. To move in a certain direction with a swaying or unsteady motion:
      3. To exhibit irresolution or indecision; vacillate:
      1. To be unable to choose between different courses of action or opinions; waver:
      2. To change between one state and another; fluctuate:
      3. To sway from one side to the other.
      1. To sway as if about to fall.
      2. To appear about to collapse:
      3. To walk unsteadily or feebly; stagger.
      1. To move or sway unsteadily or unsurely; totter.
      2. To alternate, as between opposing attitudes or positions; vacillate.
      3. To be close to or in danger of failure or ruin:
      1. To swing back and forth or to and fro.
      2. To incline or bend to one side; veer:
      3. To incline toward change, as in opinion or feeling:
    See also:

    repetition

  2. To walk unsteadily

      1. To move or rotate with an uneven or rocking motion or unsteadily from side to side.
      2. To tremble or quaver:
      3. To waver or vacillate in one's opinions or feelings.
      1. To sway as if about to fall.
      2. To appear about to collapse:
      3. To walk unsteadily or feebly; stagger.
      1. To move or sway unsteadily or unsurely; totter.
      2. To alternate, as between opposing attitudes or positions; vacillate.
      3. To be close to or in danger of failure or ruin:
      1. To miss one's step in walking or running; trip and almost fall.
      2. To proceed unsteadily or falteringly; flounder.
      3. To act or speak falteringly or clumsily:
      1. To move or stand unsteadily, as if under a great weight; totter.
      2. To cause to totter, sway, or reel:
      3. To astonish, shock, or overwhelm:
      1. A device, such as a cylinder, spool, or frame, that turns on an axis and is used for winding and storing rope, tape, film, or other flexible materials.
      2. A cylindrical device attached to a fishing rod to let out or wind up the line.
      3. The quantity of wire, film, or other material wound on one reel.
      1. To make an abrupt sudden movement:
      2. To move with abrupt movements; move haltingly or jerkily.
      3. To roll or pitch suddenly or erratically:
      1. To be unsteady in purpose or action, as from loss of courage or confidence; waver:
      2. To speak hesitatingly; stammer:
      3. To move unsteadily or haltingly; stumble:
    See also:

    move

  3. To move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

      1. To twist or entwine into a wreath or a wreathlike shape:
      2. To crown or decorate with a wreath:
      3. To encircle or surround:
      1. Moving air, especially a natural and perceptible movement of air parallel to or along the ground.
      2. A movement of air generated artificially, as by bellows or a fan.
      3. The direction from which a movement of air comes:
      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. To twist together (threads, for example); intertwine.
      2. To form by twisting, intertwining, or interlacing:
      3. To encircle or coil about:
      1. A curve on a plane that winds around a fixed center point at a continuously increasing or decreasing distance from the point.
      2. A three-dimensional curve that turns around an axis at a constant or continuously varying distance while moving parallel to the axis; a helix.
      3. Something having the form of such a curve:
      1. Any of numerous scaly, legless, sometimes venomous squamate reptiles of the suborder Serpentes (or Ophidia), having a long, tapering, cylindrical body and flexible jaws.
      2. A treacherous person.
      3. A long, highly flexible metal wire or coil used for cleaning drains.
      1. To follow a winding and turning course:
      2. To move aimlessly and idly without fixed direction:
      3. To speak or write in sustained fashion on a number of loosely connected topics.
      1. To twine around or together:
      2. To twine or twist together.
      1. To twist (the hair, for example) into ringlets or coils.
      2. To form into a coiled or spiral shape:
      3. To decorate with coiled or spiral shapes.
      1. A device for drawing corks from bottles, consisting of a pointed metal spiral attached to a handle.
      2. Spiral in shape.
      3. To move or cause to move in a spiral or winding course.
      1. A series of connected spirals or concentric rings formed by gathering or winding:
      2. An individual spiral or ring within such a series.
      3. A spiral pipe or series of spiral pipes, as in a radiator.

Another word for weave

Noun
Verb
  1. To construct by interlacing

      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. A braid, especially of hair.
      2. A pleat.
      3. To braid.
      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. To join (two pieces of film, for example) at the ends.
      2. To join (ropes, for example) by interweaving strands.
      3. To join (pieces of wood) by overlapping and binding at the ends.
      1. A length of line, thread, ribbon, or other thin material that is curved or doubled over making an opening.
      2. The opening formed by such a doubled line.
      3. Something having a shape, order, or path of motion that is circular or curved over on itself.
      1. Resembling or forming a net or network:
      2. Relating to or being an evolutionary process that involves the exchange of genes between organisms of different species, as in the formation of a new species through hybridization.
      3. To make a net or network of.
      1. To join together, as by molding or twisting.
      2. To double over (cloth, for example).
      3. A layer, as of doubled-over cloth or of paperboard.
      1. to fold together or inside one another
      1. To bend over or double up so that one part lies on another part:
      2. To make compact by doubling or bending over parts:
      3. To bring from an extended to a closed position:
      1. A fabric with diagonal parallel ribs.
      2. The weave used to produce such a fabric.
      3. To weave (cloth) so as to produce a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs.
      1. A compact intersection of interlaced material, such as cord, ribbon, or rope.
      2. A fastening made by tying together lengths of material, such as rope, in a prescribed way.
      3. A decorative bow of ribbon, fabric, or braid.
      1. An openwork fabric made of threads or cords that are woven or knotted together at regular intervals.
      2. A device for capturing birds, fish, or insects.
      3. A barrier against flying insects.
      1. Any of the open spaces in a net or network; an interstice.
      2. The cords, threads, or wires surrounding these spaces.
      3. An openwork fabric or structure; a net or network:
      1. To twist or entwine into a wreath or a wreathlike shape:
      2. To crown or decorate with a wreath:
      3. To encircle or surround:
      1. To link together or join (one) with another:
      1. To mark with crossing lines.
      2. To move back and forth through or over:
      3. To move back and forth.
      1. To join or become joined by twining together.
      1. To twist together (threads, for example); intertwine.
      2. To form by twisting, intertwining, or interlacing:
      3. To encircle or coil about:
      1. To rotate rapidly; whirl.
      2. To have a sensation of whirling, as from dizziness; reel:
      3. To make thread or yarn by drawing out and twisting fibers.
      1. To connect by or as if by lacing together; interweave.
      2. To intersperse; intermix:
      3. To intertwine:
      1. To make, repair, or fasten by stitching, as with a needle and thread or a sewing machine:
      2. To furnish with stitches for the purpose of closing, fastening, or attaching:
      3. To work with a needle and thread or with a sewing machine.
      1. To make (a fabric or garment) by intertwining yarn or thread in a series of connected loops either by hand, with knitting needles, or on a machine.
      2. To form (yarn or thread) into fabric by intertwining.
      3. To join closely; unite securely.
  2. To move in and out

    See also:

    curl

  3. To contrive