Noun(1) predatory arachnid with eight legs, two poison fangs, two feelers, and usually two silk-spinning organs at the back end of the body; they spin silk to make cocoons for eggs or traps for prey(2) a computer program that prowls the internet looking for publicly accessible resources that can be added to a database; the database can then be searched with a search engine(3) a skillet made of cast iron
(1) It was crafted in the shape of a spider , so that its minute legs would curl around her index finger, with tiny ruby eyes.(2) It was possible that an insect or a spider had bitten her during that time.(3) ├ö├ç├┐There's a spider in the kitchen,├ö├ç├û Mum told Dad blandly.(4) When they hit his shield, they spider out making a massive web of rock!(5) when the search engines spider your site they'll find all of the pages(6) The name is misleading, as this spider is native to the Waterloo region.(7) a system of tunnels spider through the district(8) Remove with spider or slotted spoon and drain on paper towels.(9) Especially Dave, who had to feed the scrum, swipe the ball from the back of the black spider , and dive-pass it out to the waiting back line.(10) The spider captures summaries, which is all the engine searches, which gives you easy breadth, but not depth.(11) This tiny spider is related to the more commonly known, and much larger, tarantulas of the southwestern United States.(12) Four other people in the area have been poisoned by funnel web spiders since 1992.(13) She hesitated, but slowly walked out of the cell, afraid that rats or spiders would brush her feet.(14) Age creeps up on all of us, from the first delicate lines spidering around our eyes in our twenties to the heavier frown lines and crow's feet of middle age.(15) This occurs in, among other animals, butterflies, spiders , birds, and small mammals.(16) In Middlesbrough, where there's one long road spidering into town, most people walk into town on the left-hand pavement, and walk away from town on the left-hand pavement.