Definition of weaver
1 : one that weaves especially as an occupation
2 : any of numerous Old World passerine birds (family Ploceidae) that resemble finches and typically construct elaborate nests of interlaced vegetation
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The all-white furnishings are paired with Bolivian textiles: an Apple store designed by an Andean weaver.
Curiously, the weavers won’t aggressively take to the air and flock to scare away their enemies, as crows or mockingbirds do.
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