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1. Woven on a hand-operated loom: handwoven rugs.
2. Woven by hand: handwoven baskets.
A fabric or item of clothing woven by hand.


(ˈhændˈwoʊ vən)

woven by hand or on a hand-operated loom: a handwoven sweater; a handwoven tapestry.
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Adj.1.handwoven - made on a handloom; "handwoven tablecloth"
hand-crafted, handmade - made by hand or a hand process; "delicate handmade baby dresses"
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