Webbing meaning

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A membrane joining the digits, as of a duck, goose, or frog.
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Something forming a web.
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A strong, narrow, closely woven fabric used especially for seat belts and harnesses or in upholstery.
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A strong, tough fabric, as of jute or cotton, woven in strips and used for belts, in upholstery, etc.
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A part like this, as between the thumb and forefinger of a baseball glove.
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A netlike structure of interwoven cord, etc., as the strung part of rackets.
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A congenital condition apparent when adjacent structures are joined by a broad band of tissue not normally present.
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A sturdy woven fabric.

The webbing of the lawn chair made marks on his thigh.

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(military) A belt and shoulder harness with attached pouches used to carry a soldier's equipment, water, ammunition, etc.
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(baseball) The part of a baseball mitt between the forefinger and thumb, the web.

He caught the ball in the webbing.

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