Examples of web in a Sentence
I spent the afternoon surfing the Web.
The spider was spinning its web.
Origin and Etymology of web
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
Recent Examples of web from the Web
He was born with a right leg five centimeters (2 inches) shorter than his left and a right foot that was three sizes smaller than his other foot -- also missing a toe while two others were webbed.
By then the city will have started to adjust to the new Roosevelt Island, webbing it with connections and responding with a fresh round of growth.
Google pays out billions to web sites, apps and other companies that send search traffic to its servers.
All three models are water and stain resistant, have self-repairing double zippers with rope pulls, and webbed grab handles at the top and bottom.
Ella's feet are webbed and her fingers are fused together by the scar tissue from incessant wounds.
The strategy has been a boon for its online business, feeding steady updates to web shoppers even as other retailers struggle to build a digital presence alongside traditional stores.
Do Not Track and web data Back in 2012, Twitter decided to honor Do Not Track, which is basically an honor system for web tracking.
Here, cliffs rise at near-right angles to the highway, which is protected by giant skeins of webbing that catch the falling boulders.
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First Known Use of web
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Definition of web for Students
- He was caught in a web of lies.
- a web of trails
medical Definition of web
webbedplay \ˈwebd\ adjective
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