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From February to April 2020, the Science News senior molecular biology writer had produced a flurry of stories on the new coronavirus that wove together findings from dozens of scientific papers and reports.

Until Dwoskin’s death in 2019, their year-long curriculum wove together environmental justice, aesthetics, and civics.

The love with which enslaved women’s hands wove fabric, sewed clothing and stitched quilts.

Texas Senator Ted Cruz wove a refrain into his speech that “morning is coming.”

“The web she wove snared her a long time before she entered the courtroom,” he says.

Street children wove among traffic like silver fish, risking their lives to sell chewing gum for a few afghanis.

The other was all that, plus a narcissistic pathological liar who easily wove fanciful, elaborate tales.

The dwarfs leaped into the air and in a bound seized and cut the branches, out of which they deftly wove a basket chair.

He who p. 2plunged into the holy river shall take to himself the house of him who wove the spell upon him.

Rakkan's fiddle wove in and out, a lovely accompaniment to voices that were untrained but made rich and alive by triumph.

What fantasies she wove out of a rather limited imagination!

He wove their fine gold into the dark web of his tempestuous passions.


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wove, such as: sew, incorporate, entwine, construct, compose, and zigzag.

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