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2 The furniture was covered in dust and cobwebs.
3 He brushed a cobweb out of his hair.
4 Thick cobwebs hung in the dusty corners.
5 A brisk walk should blow the cobwebs away.
6 A brisk walk will soon blow the cobwebs away.
7 Under the coating of dust and cobwebs, he discovered a fine French Louis XVI clock.
8 We went for a five-mile jog to blow the cobwebs away.
9 Spiders cobwebbed the cellar.
10 Everything was dusty and sticky with cobwebs.
11 The night had strewn a carpet of dew-beaded cobwebs across the lawn and mist was rising from the river.
12 The room was festooned with cobwebs, the air musty and thick with dust and disuse.
13 There are enough teachers who sleepwalk through their profession, mindsets clogged with cobwebs.
14 From a decade of cobwebs and dyed glass she felt old leaf-like hands reach out and brush her.
15 Laws are like cobwebs, which may catch small flies, but let wasps and hornets break through. Jonathan Swift
16 Mungo noticed a red admiral caught in cobwebs on the window overlooking the green.
17 This means, in the two preview episodes, brushing away canons of ethics like cobwebs.
18 Her eyes flickered over the narrow little store,[www.Sentencedict.com] its high tin ceiling strung with sooty cobwebs.
19 The first was a heap of glass bottles and flasks, all of them covered with dust and cobwebs.
20 Drunkenness cobwebbed her mind.