Then, through the cobwebby windows, he saw in the yellowing west the new moon, and below it the line of distant hills.
The Lion was cobwebby and scarred; but, notwithstanding, he was a fine figure of a beast.
Cortinarius is from cortina, a curtain, alluding to a cobwebby veil seen only in the comparatively young plants.
Paul Dampier peered in through one of the cobwebby lattices.
A cobwebby, Rip-van-Winkle-ish atmosphere brooded about those passages and chambers.
cobwebby, same as arachnoid; bearing hairs like cobwebs or gossamer.
Leaves average in size, light green, dull to slightly glossy, with very distinct veins on lower surface which is cobwebby.
Everything on the story above was untouched, though perhaps a trifle more dust-covered and cobwebby than before.
As they wandered about the grounds, something put it into Jack's head to try one of the cobwebby cellar windows, and lo!
He dragged it down with him on to the floor and bit into the wet, cobwebby material.