Pronunciation of Weave
/w_ˈiː_v/, /wˈiːv/, /wˈiːv/

Usage examples for weave

  1. I almost feel as if I could catch it, and weave it into my life." – Madeline Payne, the Detective's Daughter by Lawrence L. Lynch
  2. What would you say, Milly, if mother had to weave the stuff for it every time you had a new dress?" – Milly and Olly by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  3. But when we come to analyze the relations he bore to some of the local agitations of his day, it becomes necessary to weave in with the matter a discussion of certain tendencies deeply imbedded in the life of his times, and of which he himself was in a sense an outcome. – Emerson and Other Essays by John Jay Chapman

Idioms for weave

  1. weave around;
  2. weave through;
  3. weave in and out ( of sth);
  4. weave sth into sth;
  5. weave sth from sth;

Rhymes for weave