What is another word for meshes?

Pronunciation: [mˈɛʃɪz] (IPA)

Meshes are commonly used in a variety of applications, including engineering, construction, and manufacturing. However, there are a variety of terms that can be used synonymously with meshes, depending on the context and the type of mesh in question. Some synonyms for meshes might include screens, grids, webs, nets, or meshes. Each of these terms refers to a structure of intersecting wires or fibers that is used to create a more stable, durable, or functional end product. Whether you're working with steel meshes, plastic meshes, or even biological meshes, it's important to choose the right term for your particular application.

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What are the hypernyms for Meshes?

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Usage examples for Meshes

I often found myself deferring to her opinion or leaning upon her advice, for her calm, level decisions brushed aside my cobwebs of sentiment and substituted truth for the meshes of whim or impulse.
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford
She was knitting in great wrath, and the poor meshes had to suffer for my offence.
"The Dead Lake and Other Tales"
Paul Heyse
The hair so pushed back under your cap, shows your fair temples to advantage, I am enabled again to admire those unruly meshes in your neck which in former days ensnared my poor heart, like a fish struggling in a net.
"The Dead Lake and Other Tales"
Paul Heyse

Famous quotes with Meshes

  • Mr. Darwin contributes some striking and ingenious instances of the way in which the principle partially affects the chain, or rather network of life, even to the total obliteration of certain meshes.
    Richard Owen
  • Entangled in a hundred worldly snares, Self-seeking men, by ignorance deluded, Strive by unrighteous means to pile up riches. Then, in their self-complacency, they say, ?This acquisition I have made to-day, That will I gain to-morrow, so much pelf Is hoarded up already, so much more Remains that I have yet to treasure up. This enemy I have destroyed, him also, And others in their turn, I will despatch. I am a lord; I will enjoy myself; I?m wealthy, noble, strong, successful, happy; I?m absolutely perfect; no one else In all the world can be compared to me. Now will I offer up a sacrifice, Give gifts with lavish hand, and be triumphant.? Such men, befooled by endless vain conceits, Caught in the meshes of the world?s illusion, Immersed in sensuality, descend Down to the foulest hell of unclean spirits.*
    Mahabharata
  • We were people of a circle of supposed highcultivated life conduct by intellectual morality--higher than society in its hypocritical meshes.
    Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven
  • The New Testament is an invaluable book, though I confess to having been slightly prejudiced against it in my very early days by the church and the Sabbath school, so that it seemed, before I read it, to be the yellowest book in the catalogue. Yet I early escaped from their meshes. It was hard to get the commentaries out of one's head and taste its true flavor. — I think that Pilgrim's Progress is the best sermon which has been preached from this text; almost all other sermons that I have heard, or heard of, have been but poor imitations of this. — It would be a poor story to be prejudiced against the Life of Christ because the book has been edited by Christians.
    Henry David Thoreau
  • The net of law is spread so wide, No sinner from its sweep may hide. Its meshes are so fine and strong They take in every child of wrong. O wondrous web of mystery ! Big fish alone escape from thee !
    James Jeffrey Roche

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