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wire-wove

[ wahyuhr-wohv ]
/ ˈwaɪərˌwoʊv /
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adjective
made of woven wire.
noting fine, glazed paper used especially as letter paper.
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Origin of wire-wove

First recorded in 1790–1800; wire + wove, past participle of weave
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wire-wove

adjective
of, relating to, or comprising a high-grade glazed paper, usually for writing
woven of wire
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