Definition of "wire-mesh" []

  • A network of fine wires (noun)
  • Made from, or consisting of, a network of fine wires (modifier) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "wire-mesh" in a sentence
  • "The company at first produced fiberglass sprays, but then began making dirt-filled wire-mesh baskets, the first ones as a bulwark for a retaining wall at its own workshop in Leeds."
  • "Dr. Gillespie closed Morgan's ASD with a septal occluder, a wire-mesh patch, in a catheterization laboratory in the Cardiac Operative and Imaging Complex."
  • "His most famous experiment showed that baby rhesus monkeys, raised alone or with same-age peers, preferred a foodless but fuzzy terrycloth surrogate “mother” over a wire-mesh version that freely dispensed meals."