[ US /ˈɹævəɫɪŋ, ˈɹævɫɪŋ/ ]
  1. a bit of fiber that has become separated from woven fabric
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  • At twenty thousand meters, with the pods still traveling at a high velocity, parachutes billowed out from the same boxes that had contained the glider wings.
  • Taken from their families and forced to live in "white" orphanages, three mixed-race aborigine children escape, traveling 1500 miles back home, using the title fence as their guide. Cinematical
  • The Bush stooges and their lackeys in the media know that they are hanging by a tenuous thread that is unraveling ever faster and faster.
  • The next stop was the Dominican Republic, where Mays’s All-Stars were met by so many at the airport in Ciudad Trujillo, the team’s traveling secretary said, “They must have declared a holiday.” WILLIE MAYS
  • The Washington State History Museum recalls their seaborne journeys and service to country in the new traveling exhibit "Marking Time: Voyage to Vietnam. The News Tribune Blogs
  • That misprinted movie name is in hundreds of thousands of copies of The Great Unraveling; it will linger forever in the minds of many people who, like us journalists, don't know that there's an error to look for.
  • It was kind of hard to get too worked up about it when the TV news was busy erroneously reporting that the space shuttle was traveling "nearly 18 times the speed of light" when it went boom.
  • The presentation of this "Judas," polemicizing as it was, was probably never meant to take on the historical and theological dimensions it has, traveling through the last two thousand years and leading up to the present, but with a stubborn toughness it has endured. Robert Eisenman: Redemonizing Judas: Gospel Fiction or Gospel Truth?
  • In that area the sparks were not traveling on the netlike lines, but leaping randomly into the grayness and disappearing. The Gauntlet Thrown Chapter Thirty Seven
  • Serfs had simple diets and traveling minstrels and entertainers came to the manor.
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