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Web
v. t.
To unite or surround with a web, or as if with a web; to envelop; to entangle.
a.
Provided with a web.
a.
Having the toes united by a membrane, or web; as, the webbed feet of aquatic fowls.
n.
One who forms webs; a weaver; a webster.
n.
A woven band of cotton or flax, used for reins, girths, bed bottoms, etc.
a.
Of or pertaining to a web or webs; like a web; filled or covered with webs.
n.
The standard unit of electrical quantity, and also of current. See Coulomb, and Amp/re.
n.
See Web, n., 8.
a.
Having the fingers united by a web for a considerable part of their length.
pl.
of Webfoot
n.
A foot the toes of which are connected by a membrane.
n.
Any web-footed bird.
a.
Having webbed feet; palmiped; as, a goose or a duck is a web-footed fowl.
n.
A weaver; originally, a female weaver.
n.
A hydrous sulphate of alumina occurring in white reniform masses.
a.
Having the toes united by a web for a considerable part of their length.
n.
Any one of various species of moths whose gregarious larvae eat the leaves of trees, and construct a large web to which they retreat when not feeding.
Wed
n.
A pledge; a pawn.
imp.
of Wed
p. p.
of Wed

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