I don't like to go in a cobwebby hole, and have you play kill me.
The Lion was cobwebby and scarred; but, notwithstanding, he was a fine figure of a beast.
Paul Dampier peered in through one of the cobwebby lattices.
Cobwebby, same as arachnoid; bearing hairs like cobwebs or gossamer.
I cannot vouch so confidently for the cobwebby legend which wove itself about him.
But unsnuffed candles and cobwebby window-panes seem to have been in evidence sometimes.
For a while their impressions were blurred, as if they struggled through some murky, cobwebby nightmare.
Everything on the story above was untouched, though perhaps a trifle more dust-covered and cobwebby than before.
She walked slowly down the nave and up the dusty, worm-eaten flight of stairs into the cobwebby regions above.
Do you see that cobwebby nest with all those hairy caterpillars on it and around it up in that tree?