[ UK /wˈə‍ʊvən/ ]
[ US /ˈwoʊvən/ ]
  1. made or constructed by interlacing threads or strips of material or other elements into a whole
    the incidents woven into the story
    woven fabrics
    folk songs woven into a symphony
    woven baskets
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How To Use woven In A Sentence

  • Each was composed of interwoven strands, themselves composed of up to a dozen more. Tuning the Rig: A Journey to the Arctic
  • Denim is identified as an "American cotton textile where the diagonal warp is a striped hickory cloth that was once associated with railroadmen's overalls, in which blue or black contrasting undyed white threads form the woven pattern. My God George Will is a bigger fashion snob than me! - dfi
  • The micro-mini white cover-up she had donned over her bathing suit was removed without circumstance, revealing a shimmering gold maillot that dipped very low in back and was accented by sheer finely-woven gold mesh across the waistline in front. Who Said It Would Be Easy
  • New hardware, software, networking gear, and wireless devices are being woven together by the connective power of the Internet into a potent, upsetting force.
  • Villagers then filtered out the sediment by pouring the water through tightly woven cloth.
  • Their elaborate fabrics, woven on looms from cotton and alpaca wool, are known today because they were used in a type of mummification process.
  • Tightly woven wool, wool melton, felted or boiled wool, leather and suede along with faux leather and suede all can be clipped, snipped, slashed or punched without fraying.
  • As a scientist in the R&D arm of the US Justice Department, Shubin championed a carbon-based liquid polymer called Kevlar that could be woven into nylon to create a fabric vest resistant to bullets at close range. Top stories from Times Online
  • In most Wigan mines, though, the standard headgear was a woven scarf or shawl, the standard footwear the clog.
  • Threads of real gold were woven into the cloth for the royal garments.
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