Sleaving



verb (used with object), sleaved, sleaving.
1.
to divide or separate into filaments, as silk.
noun
2.
anything matted or raveled.
3.
a filament of silk obtained by separating a thicker thread.
4.
a silk in the form of such filaments.
noun
1.
a tangled thread
2.
a thin filament unravelled from a thicker thread
3.
(mainly poetic) anything matted or complicated
verb
4.
to disentangle (twisted thread, etc)

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