spiderweb

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spi·der·web

or spider web  (spī′dər-wĕb′)
n.
The silky web that a spider spins in order to catch its prey.
Translations
pajkova mreža
References in classic literature ?
I'll break through the spiderweb of lies in which he wants to catch me, come what may.
DRAGONS and spiderwebs featured in a spooky Strictly Come Dancing Halloween special last night, which saw Debbie McGee top the leaderboard for the second week.
Use a white fabric marker to decorate with spiderwebs, ghost doodles and other eerie effects.
By May it will be hot outside, spiderwebs building in the decoys, and duck season seems a foreign thing, far away.
But the mouse droppings, dead bugs and spiderwebs weren't exactly "delicious.
With a focus largely on Manhattan -- and split between the exteriors of landmark structures like Grand Central Terminal, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The Plaza Hotel and some anonymous yet charming old brownstones -- Gulliver takes his readers on an architectural tour of the island, from Wall Street to Harlem, stopping to consider "all the windows, all the chimneys, all the pipes, and even all the spiderwebs between the pipes" of the buildings that attract him.
5 million Helen Diller Playground is a G-rated Vegas for the toddlers and a serious workout for the adults who chase after them--across bridges and down spiderwebs, from the bouldering rocks and sound gardens to the wooden boats.
When spring came, she stuck with it, and, before long, de Pinto swapped out yarn for fine strands of metal, which she crocheted into the loose-hanging spiderwebs of silver and gold spun into her eponymous and highly coveted line of fine jewelry.
Making our way up rickety steps that groan under our feet, we brush aside hanging spiderwebs that dangle from the eaves.
1 Skellig A spine-tingling children's adventure in which a boy wanders into an old garage and sees something lying beneath the spiderwebs - is it a man or an animal?
In one segment, the dancers all sit cross-legged and facing forward to perform an elaborately articulate phrase using only their hands, creating images of birds, butterflies, and spiderwebs.