WEB, noun [See Weave.]
1. Texture of threads; plexus; any thing woven. Penelope devised a web to deceive her wooers.
2. Locally, a piece of linen cloth.
3. A dusky film that forms over the eye and hinders the sight; suffusion.
4. Some part of a sword. Qu. Net-work of the handle or hilt.
5. In ship-building, the thin partition on the inside of the rim, and between the spokes of a sheave.
6. In ornithology, the membrane which unites the toes of many water-fowls.
Spiders web a plexus of very delicate threads or filaments which a spider spins from its bowels, and which serves as a net to catch flies or other insects for its food.
WEB of a coulter, is the thin sharp part.