Plural: weftworks

Woven fabric; textile; web; cloth.


The lavement scentiful will benefit the weftwork! (Context: Grandma Estela is misusing Dr∙ Barton's photo-developing trays to soak small laundry items in a fabric softener. When caught, she burkes the issue by arguing in her archaic language that the scented afterbath will improve the fabric properties. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)

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