/ (ˈnɒtˌwɜːk) /
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ornamentation consisting of a mass of intertwined and knotted cords
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Which form is commonly used with other verbs to express intention?
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This "beautiful demonstration" of his penmanship was a most intricate piece of what was known as fine knotting, or knotwork.Child Life in Colonial Days|Alice Morse Earle