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  • as innap
  • as inweb
  • as inthread
  • as ingrain

synonyms for weft

  • down
  • feel
  • fiber
  • grit
  • outside
  • pile
  • roughness
  • shag
  • smoothness
  • surface
  • tooth
  • wale
  • warp
  • weave
  • woof
  • screen
  • net
  • network
  • filigree
  • cobweb
  • tangle
  • fabric
  • lattice
  • gossamer
  • texture
  • snarl
  • plait
  • interconnection
  • maze
  • morass
  • fiber
  • labyrinth
  • warp
  • toil
  • mesh
  • entanglement
  • weave
  • complexity
  • trellis
  • involvement
  • skein
  • webbing
  • meshwork
  • wicker
  • woof
  • mat
  • reticulation
  • lacework
  • tissue
  • fiber
  • direction
  • pattern
  • character
  • surface
  • tooth
  • current
  • nap
  • staple
  • tendency
  • weave
  • warp and woof
  • tissue
  • make-up
  • striation
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antonyms for weft

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  • inside
  • interior
  • middle
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      How to use weft in a sentence

      "Not weft enough," was Barry's brief comment on the singing; the Welsh, unfamiliar with the air, had not sung.
      MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
      Abb, ab, n. properly woof- or weft-yarn, but sometimes warp-yarn.
      CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 1 OF 4: A-D)VARIOUS
      Unions or fabrics consisting of a cotton warp with a worsted weft are in general treated like worsteds.
      ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 10, SLICE 3VARIOUS
      They are also used in combination with shoddy and cotton to produce weft or filling yarns for a lower quality of goods.
      TEXTILESWILLIAM H. DOOLEY
      Mungoes of the best quality are used in the low fancy tweed trade, in both warp and weft, but chiefly in union and backed fabrics.
      TEXTILESWILLIAM H. DOOLEY
      A variety of white flannel finished with considerable nap, composed of cotton warp and woolen weft.
      TEXTILESWILLIAM H. DOOLEY
      A high grade, pure variety of flannel woven with a silk warp and a fine woolen weft.
      TEXTILESWILLIAM H. DOOLEY
      Silk warp, wool weft, fine twilled cloth; originally made in black only for mourning.
      TEXTILESWILLIAM H. DOOLEY
      The name is also applied to a variety of dress goods woven with a wild silk warp and a fine worsted weft.
      TEXTILESWILLIAM H. DOOLEY
      On entering Mr. Weft's shop, I faund it empty; there wasna a leeving soul within.
      THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION, VOL. 10, ISSUE 275, SEPTEMBER 29, 1827VARIOUS
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      capacitor

      WORDS RELATED TO WEFT

      • character
      • current
      • direction
      • fiber
      • make-up
      • nap
      • pattern
      • staple
      • striation
      • surface
      • tendency
      • tissue
      • tooth
      • warp and woof
      • weave
      • weft
      • cord
      • cotton
      • filament
      • flax
      • floss
      • ligature
      • lint
      • lisle
      • pile
      • ravel
      • silk
      • stamen
      • staple
      • strand
      • string
      • thrum
      • twine
      • warp
      • weft
      • wire
      • woof
      • wool
      • yarn
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