[ UK /wˈɛbɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈwɛbɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈwɛbɪŋ/ ]
- a strong fabric woven in strips
- something forming a web (as between the toes of birds)
- a narrow closely woven tape; used in upholstery or for seat belts
How To Use webbing In A Sentence
- Smoking and sputtering, the glider zoomed away, with the Green Goblin desperately trying to pull the webbing from his eyes. SPIDER-MAN®: THE ADVENTURES OF SPIDER-MAN
- Hallucigenia" hits a good cross section of themes and set pieces central to my work -- hard bitten protagonists, dark cults, insanity, gratuitous rumpy pumpy, esoteric lore, super science, monsters, and cosmic horror all tangled up in pulp-noir webbing. INTERVIEW: Laird Barron
- It can be spun into a filament that is useful for making rope, webbing and cordage.
- The veteran car and safety equipment manufacturers' ideas of melted nylon webbing in the belt are logical, according to Melvin.
- Lee removed some nails from one side of the chair's saggiest webbing so we could tighten it.
- We could plainly see all the knife-edge creases in his trousers and the gleaming white blancoed webbing belt around his middle.
- The basic British infantryman, like his French and German contemporaries, was issued with his uniform, webbing and a rifle with bayonet.
- The Giants, meanwhile, are cobwebbing on the couch, fishing for the remote, making school lunches for the kids, doing the yard work — or at least talking to the personal chef about finding the remote, making the school lunches and doing the yard work. A Couple of Giants Green With Envy
- Using the metaphor of train lines, Tom Myers explains how patterns of strain communicate through the myofascial 'webbing', contributing to postural compensation and movement stability.
- I've just been busy cleaning the mud off my equipment and clothes and blancoing webbing.