Gossamer

[novel] Gossamer (2006) is a novel with elements of both fantasy and realism for young adults by Lois Lowry. == Plot summary == The book`s omniscient point of view, Littlest One, affectionately called Littlest, is out on a dark night. As she and her mentor, Fastidious, stealthily sneak into a woman and her dog`s home and collect memories. A
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Gossamer

HMS Gossamer was a British Halcyon Class fleet minesweeper of 815 tons displacement of the Second World War launched in 1937 and sunk during the Second World War. HMS Gossamer was powered by two sets of 3-cylinder compound engines providing a top speed of 16.5 knots. She carried a complement of 80 and was armed with two 4-inch anti-aircraft guns an
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Gossamer

Gossamer commonly refers to: Gossamer may also refer to: == Technology == == Music, literature and television == == Other uses == == See also == ...
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gossamer

soft light delicate material 
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gossamer

[n] - a gauze fabric with an extremely fine texture
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Gossamer

Gos'sa·mer noun [ Middle English gossomer , gossummer , gosesomer , perhaps for goose summer , from its downy appearance, or perhaps for God's summer , confer German mariengarr gossamer, properly Mary's yarn, in allusion to the Virgin Mary. Perhaps the E. wor
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gossamer

1. A fine, filmy substance, like cobwebs, floating in the air, in calm, clear weather, especially in autumn. It is seen in stubble fields and on furze or low bushes, and is formed by small spiders. ... 2. Any very thin gauzelike fabric; also, a thin waterproof stuff. ... 3. An outer garment, made of waterproof gossamer. ... <zoology> Gossamer
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gossamer

noun a gauze fabric with an extremely fine texture
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Gossamer

• (n.) Any very thin gauzelike fabric; also, a thin waterproof stuff. • (n.) An outer garment, made of waterproof gossamer. • (n.) A fine, filmy substance, like cobwebs, floating in the air, in calm, clear weather, especially in autumn. It is seen in stubble fields and on furze or low bushes, and is formed by small spiders.Gossamer:
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Gossamer

A light film of silk threads, or groups of these floating through the air.
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Gossamer

[Looney Tunes] Gossamer is an animated cartoon character in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of cartoons. The character is a hairy, red monster. His rectangular body is perched on two giant tennis shoes, and his heart-shaped face is composed of only two oval eyes and a wide mouth, with two hulking arms ending in dirt
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gossamer

  1. a gauze fabric with an extremely fine texture
  2. filaments from a cobweb

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Gossamer

Very soft, gauzelike veiling originally of silk.
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Gossamer

An extremely lightweight, sheer, shiny fabric, typically made from silk, similar to gauze.
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Gossamer

Very soft, gauze like veiling originally of silk.
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Gossamer

A gossamer is a very light, sheer, gauze-like fabric, popular for white wedding dresses and decorations.
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Gossamer

Similar to gauze, this is a lightweight, sheer and shiny fabric usually made with silk.
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Gossamer

A light film of silk threads, or groups of these floating through the air.
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