One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘grass and twigs were woven into their uniforms to break up their silhouettes’
entwine, lace, work, twist, knit, interlace, intertwine, interwork, intertwist, interknit, twist together, criss-cross, braid, twine, plait
2‘he weaves colourful, cinematic plots’
invent, make up, fabricate, put together, construct, create, contrive, spin
tell, recount, relate, narrate, unfold
1‘he had to weave his way through the crowds’
thread, thread one's way, wind, wind one's way, work, work one's way, dodge, move in and out, swerve, zigzag, criss-cross
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