cobweb

[n] - filaments from a cobweb 2. [n] - a dense elaborate spider web that is more efficient than the orb web
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Cobweb

• (n.) That which is thin and unsubstantial, or flimsy and worthless; rubbish. • (n.) A snare of insidious meshes designed to catch the ignorant and unwary. • (n.) The European spotted flycatcher. • (n.) The network spread by a spider to catch its prey.
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cobweb

noun a dense elaborate spider web that is more efficient than the orb web
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Cobweb

[clustering] COBWEB is an incremental system for hierarchical conceptual clustering. COBWEB was invented by Professor Douglas H. Fisher, currently at Vanderbilt University. COBWEB incrementally organizes observations into a classification tree. Each node in a classification tree represents a class (concept) and is labeled by a probabilistic...
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Cobweb

[horse] Cobweb (1821–1848) was an undefeated British Thoroughbred racehorse and who won two British Classic Races as a three-year-old and went on to become a highly successful broodmare. Cobweb`s racing career consisted of three competitive races in the early part of 1824. After winning on her debut she claimed a second prize when her opp...
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Cobweb

Cob'web` noun [ Cob a spider + web .] 1. The network spread by a spider to catch its prey. 2. A snare of insidious meshes designed to catch the ignorant and unwary. « I can not but lament thy splendid wit Entangled in the cobwebs of the schools. Cowper.
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Cobweb

A cobweb (corrupted from the Anglo-Saxon 'cop-web', meaning spider-web) is the fine network spun by many species of spider for catching their prey.
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Cobweb

Cobweb is a fairy in
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