Definition of webbing
1 : a strong narrow closely woven fabric designed for bearing weight and used especially for straps or upholstery
2 : trap 3c
Examples of webbing in a Sentence
I need to replace the webbing on the lawn chair.
Recent Examples of webbing from the Web
Slackline fitness—also known as slacklining—involves performing exercises on a narrow, flat line of webbing that's suspended between two anchors low to the ground, either on a workout machine or between to trees or posts, old school-style.
But the ball squirted out of his webbing and into the seats for a two-run shot.
Spider-Man, the webbing that helps binds Marvel's characters in the comics, can play with his friends in the movies, now, too.
To make its Kennedy Weekender overnight bag, the accessories and leather goods company Oliver Cabell spends $16.02 on canvas, $11.58 on leather, $5.68 on lining and 78 cents on webbing.
In mid-March, a Monterey, Calif., kayaker somehow ended up in the water while a shark was either stuck in the webbing of his kayak or was trying to fill its belly with some red plastic.
Units with a webbing code tag of 2014/06 are affected.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced Wednesday that the webbing in the Graco My Ride 65 car seat failed to meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.
More than 25,000 car seats are under recall because the seat webbing may not adequately restrain the child in a crash.
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Definition of webbing for English Language Learners
: strong and tightly woven material that is used in strips to support, catch, or hold things
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