braid

Part of speech: verb

To weave together; plait; put braid on.

Part of speech: noun

A narrow flat strip for binding or ornamenting fabrics; anything braided or plaited.

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Usage examples "braid":

  1. He wore a suit of dove- gray, the cuffs and collar of which were bound with silk braid. - "Comrade Yetta", Albert Edwards.
  2. For a moment Dora stood thinking- then catching up the beautiful braid and comparing it with her own she exclaimed, It was mine! - "Dora Deane", Mary J. Holmes.
  3. There's Huks here, Sergeant Madden told him, their hair in a braid and all set to go. - "A Matter of Importance", William Fitzgerald Jenkins.