- v make by braiding or interlacing
- v decorate with braids or ribbons
- v form or weave into a braid or braids
- s woven by (or as if by) braiding
- David Mitchell served notice that he would be remaking the traditional novel when his first book, Ghostwritten, published in 1999 just after he turned 30, ingeniously braided .
- Pacing the long, low-ceilinged study of his fashionable Belgrade residence (he was in full marshal's regalia, including gold-braided tunic and red-striped, blue breeches), Tito .
- They review colors (at this moment, black feels very new for bags) and look at details (braided trim, exaggerated hardware) and fashion trends that have migrated from clothing to .
- Tom Vilsack in Los Angeles Times
I met with this woman with long, braided hair,said Vilsack, now a national co-chairman of Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign. "If you get too close to her when she snaps her head, you get hit with her braid. . . . I thought,...
- Clayton Anderson in Radio Iowa
Anderson says: "I go outside the vehicle in outer space and I'm only hanging on by a braided wire and a couple of extra tethers, and I can turn around and flip around and look at earth at any time, and one of the first things I saw was the moon rise...
- Bob Rae in Globe and Mail
We were told yesterday at the Afghanistan committee that a braided electric cable, which is undoubtedly an instrument of torture, was found in the office of the director of investigations at the National Directorate of Security,Mr. Rae said....