Webwork vs Wetwork - What's the difference?

webwork | wetwork |


As nouns the difference between webwork and wetwork

is that webwork is a net or web; something structured or interlinked in a weblike manner while wetwork is .

webwork

English

Noun

(en-noun)
  • A net or web; something structured or interlinked in a weblike manner.
  • * 1946 , William Allison Shimer, The American scholar
  • Most frequently, the three make up the webwork of his literary fabric.
  • * 1990 , Noël Carroll, The philosophy of horror, or, Paradoxes of the heart
  • Very quickly it becomes evident that these webworks are part of an unaccountably large lair of thousands of spiders.
  • * 2002 , Sten F Odenwald, Patterns in the void: why nothing is important
  • In some sense, the entire webwork of space-time would dissolve...
  • * 2003 , David Carr, The promise of cultural institutions
  • If museums are to assist their users to explore and develop what they know, they must invite the avalanche of questions and create the webwork of connections that configure a learning life.
  • * 2003 , Ben Jones, The rope eater
  • Delicate fingers of frost reached up from the floor and extended down from the ceiling; the bottles were covered with a lacy webwork ...

    Synonyms

    * meshwork * network

    wetwork

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • * 1997 , Robert Littell, Walking back the cat
  • From the very beginning, when he and Dewey had conceived the consortium and the operation that would make wetwork history, he had planned to be present...
  • * 2001 , Christopher Golden, Rick Hautala, Brain Trust
  • Once upon a time, Wilcox had been reluctant to take wetwork assignments, national security be damned. But he had been married then.
  • * 2004 , John Dalmas, The Second Coming
  • Some little task — some wetwork you'd rather hire out than do yourself?