Definitions of Wove

  1.   p. pr. & amp; rare vb. n. of Weave.
  2.   p. pr. & rare vb. n. of Weave.
  3.   of Weave
  4.   Of to weave.
  5.   Imp. & pp. of WEAVE, v.
  6.   Of Weave. Wove paper, writing paper with a uniform surface, without water mark.
  7.   Past tense of the irregular verb weave.
  8.   Did weave.

Quotes of Wove

  1. Excuse me if I'm clinging on to life, but my parents wove me from tight thread. – Jeanne Calment
  2. Plato wove historical fact into literary myth. – Michael Shermer

Usage examples for Wove

  1. Chopin wove his to the day of his death, and he wore it sometimes but not always, as many think. ” – Chopin: The Man and His Music by James Huneker
  2. In your rage you wove it,- now remove it; Tear it for bandages, as you tore Love and affection all asunder. ” – An Anthology of Jugoslav Poetry; Serbian Lyrics by Various
  3. “ " That is because mother wove a game basket to Chinigchinich so he would send food," said Cleeta. ” – History of California by Helen Elliott Bandini
  4. “ Apollo gathered some of the shining leaves and wove them into a wreath. ” – The Spartan Twins by Lucy (Fitch) Perkins
  5. But all was still, and her weary head sank back on the pillow in the dark, her eyelids closed again in sheer weariness, and once more her dreams wove fantastic scenes of happiness, ending always in despair, with the suddenness of revulsion which makes the visions of the night ten times more agonizing while they last than the worst of our real troubles. ” – Paul Patoff by F. Marion Crawford
  6. Some inherent quality in Darsie- some grace, some charm, some spell- which she wove over the eyes of beholders, caused them to credit her with a beauty which she did not possess. ” – A College Girl by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  7. They persuaded them to gather into towns, where they built comfortable houses and tight warehouses, while the men cultivated the soil and the women spun and wove cotton. ” – The South American Republics Part I of II by Thomas C. Dawson
  8. He wove glowing accounts of the range country where he was going to make a million dollars raising cattle. ” – Land of the Burnt Thigh by Edith Eudora Kohl
  9. With two pieces of string, she wove under and over a stick and crossed the strings. ” – The Cave Boy of the Age of Stone by Margaret A. McIntyre
  10. They bound three reeds together with fine fibres, a yard above the water, and then wove the dearest little basket, which they lined with nice down. ” – The Pond by Carl Ewald
  11. But she hungered for philosophy, took the results proclaimed for absolute truth, and wove them into the fabric of her own work. ” – The Age of Tennyson by Hugh Walker
  12. So He wove Him a piece of tapestry With fingers thrice refined, And He mingled the threads with subtlety, The threads of our human destiny, And the light with the dark He twined. ” – The Deluge and Other Poems by John Presland
  13. Throughout the story Randy wove the theme of the big white bird in the glass case. ” – The Trumpeter Swan by Temple Bailey
  14. Out of her changing lights I wove my youth A place to dwell in, sweet and spiritual, And all the bitter years of my exile My heart has called afar off unto her. ” – Gloucester Moors and Other Poems by William Vaughn Moody
  15. Then as, day by day, the girl sat in the sun and span, or sat in the shade and wove she said: " In all the world there is no yarn so fine as mine, and in all the world there is no cloth so soft and smooth, nor silk so bright and rare." ” – Old Greek Stories by James Baldwin
  16. The silken threads of the happy years They wove into beautiful robes of love That the spirits wear in the lodge above; And time from the reel of the rolling spheres His silver threads with the raven wove But never the stain of a mother's tears Soiled the shining web of their happy years. ” – The Feast of the Virgins and Other Poems by H. L. Gordon
  17. Then they p'ints down to a handful of close- wove bresh an' stunted timber an' allows that this maraudin' cat- o- mount is hidin' thar; they sees him go skulkin' in. ” – Wolfville Nights by Alfred Lewis
  18. He dreamed dreams and wove adventures about this mysterious Scotchman. ” – The Story of Wool by Sara Ware Bassett
  19. She looks now, I thought, as if she might fulfil the dream I wove about her on that memorable day when I first saw her in the meeting- house. ” – A Day Of Fate by E. P. Roe

Rhymes for Wove