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weave

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of weave

  1. 1 to cause to twine about one another <as they have for the past two centuries, crafters continue to weave osiers into the distinctive baskets that are the island's trademark> Synonyms enlace, entwine, implicate [archaic], interlace, intertwist, interweave, inweave, lace, ply, twist, intertwine, wreathe, writheRelated Words braid, plait, plat, pleach; blend, fuse, join, link, mixNear Antonyms disentangle, uncoil, untangle, untwine, unwind

  2. 2 to scatter or set here and there among other things <a political commentator who slyly weaves lies into the truth> Synonyms interlace, intersperse, interweave, lace, salt, thread, wreatheRelated Words insert, intermingle, mingle, mix; alternate, juxtapose; amalgamate, assimilate, blend, combine, commingle, embody, fuse, incorporate, integrate, merge

  3. 3 to move suddenly aside or to and fro <a van weaving through traffic with reckless speed> Synonyms duck, jink, sidestep, slalom, dodge, zigzagRelated Words avoid, elude, escape, evade, parry, shirk, skirt; deflect, turn; slide, slip





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