One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘This web-like tissue binds cells and organs together but permits these cells and organs to move, as necessary, in relation to each other.’
- ‘The curved structures that appear to spring out of these intersections are joined together by more beams, giving rise to a web-like appearance.’
- ‘In an earlier paper, I illustrated the dense, web-like pattern of collaboration that epitomized the reading and writing activities in Room 110.’
- ‘Viruses also tended to spread in a web-like pattern so it wasn't hard to find the centre.’
- ‘The driver's side door was smashed in, its paint scraped off, window cracked, matching the web-like point of impact on the windshield where Jess had hit her head.’
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