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Synonyms for cobweb

a fabric so delicate and transparent as to resemble a web of a spider

filaments from a web that was spun by a spider


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

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Prestbury Park will be absolutely packed to the rafters and many a reveller will look to blow away the cobwebs with a winner or two.
BLOW away the cobwebs by taking a walk in a winter wonderland during the festive season.
That was Saville, who gave French Open champion Sharapova a real run for her money as she looked to blow away the cobwebs.
Ballydoyle''s big hopes invariably require an outing to blow away the cobwebs, so perhaps that form should not be taken at face value.
THERE are few better ways to blow away the cobwebs of a heavy New Year's party for a petrol head than a dose of the high octane Death Race 2 movie.
The going will be much quicker on the Westwood and she may have just needed a run to blow away the cobwebs.
It will be a great opportunity to blow away the cobwebs and get bike set-ups right prior to the start of our NL campaign.
All this led to Borthwick being one of six nominated for the Breakthrough Player Award, picked up by Joe Root in last year's inaugural season, and the man in the spotlight insists his action-packed start is all down to him being keen to blow away the cobwebs.
Walking the dog is great as it makes sure I'm exercising every day and is a great way to blow away the cobwebs.
Burke, who will partner his 124-rated hurdler Red Jade, said: "I might have to go for a run later to blow away the cobwebs but I ride out every day.
The Storm is a perfect opener to blow away the cobwebs, while Fort Knocks adds a country twang and creates one of their best songs yet.
On New Year's Day there's a one o'clock run down the Royal Mile for families to blow away the cobwebs.
After that, a walk along cliffs at nearby Bedruthan Steps will blow away the cobwebs.
BLOW away the cobwebs on long walks along the beach on a half-term break to Brittany, staying in a 19th Century house sleeping up to eight in Audierne, about half a mile from the coast.
WHAT could be nicer to blow away the cobwebs - and walk off all that extra food and drink - than a romantic New Year break in the Lake District?