English version

spidery

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspideryspi‧der‧y /ˈspaɪdəri/ adjective  WRITEcovered with or made of lots of long thin uneven lines spidery handwriting
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spideryThe writing, spidery and pale brown, was illegible.A few were connected with neighbouring towers by spidery bridges, 1,000 feet above ravines of deepest blue.Her hair is pure white, her face covered with spidery lines, but her eyes are absolutely clear, sparkling.The hydrofoil entered the harbour, revealing the characteristic wooden docks, with brightly-painted buildings sticking out the fjord on spidery sticks.She unfolded Marek's exercise book and began reading the spidery writing where she had been forced to stop.Lest anything should not be understood, each scene was accompanied by an explanatory sentence in spidery yellow paint.
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