braid

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A weave of three or more strands of fibers, ribbons, cords or hair often for decoration
A sudden movement; a jerk, a wrench

And than in a brayde Sir Launcelot brake hys chaynes of hys legges and of hys armys (and in the brakynge he hurte hys hondys sore) .

To weave together, intertwine (strands of fibers, ribbons, etc.); to arrange (hair) in braids
To make a sudden movement with, to jerk
To start into motion
{v} to weave together, plat, fold
{n} a weaving, knot, lace, edging
Deceitful
To weave, interlace, or entwine together, as three or more strands or threads; to form into a braid; to plait
A weave of three of more strands of fibers, ribbons, cords or hair often for decoration
long, coarse, lustrious wool
A fibrous or metallic group of filaments interwoven in cylindrical form to form a covering over one or more wires
McAnerinian men wear their hair in a braid Scholar is not entirely McAnerinian, but he conforms to the ruling fashion
To start; to awake
trimming used to decorate clothes or curtains a hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair form or weave into a braid or braids; "braid hair" decorate with braids or ribbons; "braid a collar" make by braiding or interlacing; "lace a tablecloth
A fibrous or metallic group of filaments interwoven in cylindrical form to form a covering over one (1) or more wires
To reproach
decorate with braids or ribbons; "braid a collar"
trimming used to decorate clothes or curtains
form or weave into a braid or braids; "braid hair"
{f} weave into a braid; decorate with a thin strip of fabric
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A plait, band, or narrow fabric formed by intertwining or weaving together different strands
A flexible covering formed from plaited (served) textile or ceramic fibers or metallic filaments Textile and ceramic fibers are used to produce electrical insulation around electrical conductors Metallic filaments are used to add abrasion resistance or shielding from electrical noise
A fibrous metallic group of filaments interwoven in cylindrical form to form a covering over one or more wires
A quick motion; a start
A group of textile or metallic filaments interwoven to form a tubular flexible structure which may be applied over one or more wires, or flattened to form a strap
trimming used to decorate clothes or curtains a hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair form or weave into a braid or braids; "braid hair"
A group of textile or metallic filaments interwoven to form a tubular structure which may be applied over one or more wires, or flattened to form a strap
Woven bare metallic or tinned copper wire used as shielding for wires and cables and as ground wire for batteries or heavy industrial equipment Also, fibrous members interwoven in cylindrical form to form a protective outer covering over a conductor or cable
A braid is a length of hair which has been divided into three or more lengths and then braided. to weave or twist together three pieces of hair or cloth to form one length British Equivalent: plait
A design feature where two nearly parallel ramps must cross each other and use a grade separation to avoid weaving or crossing Most often this occurs when an on-ramp from one nearby interchange is braided to avoid interfering with an off-ramp for the next one
A narrow textile structure formed by plaiting several strands of yarn Braid is usually used in trimming Braids may also be made by plaiting several strips of fabric
Braid is a narrow piece of decorated cloth or twisted threads, which is used to decorate clothes or curtains. a plum-coloured uniform with lots of gold braid
A fibrous or metallic interwoven cylinder covering a conductor or cable providing some mechanical strength and serving as a means of polarity identification A braid may be composed of any filamentary material as cotton, glass, nylon, tinned copper, silver or asbestos Woven bare metallic or tinned copper wire is used as shielding for wires and cables and as ground wires for batteries of heavy industrial equipment
{i} plait, three or more interwoven strands (of hair, straw, etc.); strip, band
A fancy; freak; caprice
make by braiding or interlacing; "lace a tablecloth"
a hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair
The fabric edging to the sides of pinoleum blinds or to the bottom edge of roller blinds These can be specified in different matching or contrasting colours which will not fade or rot in the sun
make by braiding or interlacing; "lace a tablecloth
To mingle, or to bring to a uniformly soft consistence, by beating, rubbing, or straining, as in some culinary operations
Fine wires interwoven to form a tubular flexible structure that may be applied over one or more wires for the purpose of shielding May also be formed into a flattened conductor to be used as a grounding strap
A weave of metal fibers used as a shield covering for an insulated conductor or group of insulated conductors When flattened it may be used as a grounding strap
If you braid hair or a group of threads, you twist three or more lengths of the hair or threads over and under each other to make one thick length. She had almost finished braiding Louisa's hair He pictured her with long black braided hair
A system of three or more yarns which are interwoven in such a way that no two yarns are twisted around each other
the woven portion of a hose used as reinforcement to increase pressure rating and add hoop strength Various materials such as polyester, cotton or metal wire are used A hose may have one or more braids, outside or between layers of hose material
A narrow fabric, as of wool, silk, or linen, used for binding, trimming, or ornamenting dresses, etc
braiding
Present participle of braid
braids
plural form of braid
braids
A style of hair in which the hair is interweaved into thin locks
braids
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of braid
french braid
A French braid is a popular hairstyle. Unlike a regular three-strand braid, a French braid starts with small sections of hair at the crown of a person's head, and intermittently, more hair is added to each section as the braid progresses down the head. The classic French braid is a single braid at the back of one's head, though variations on this hairstyle include side braids and twists
A braid
brede
A braid
plat
Braided
breaded
To braid
embread
To braid
broid
braided
adj describes the appearance of an object when it has been simply woven, most commonly used when referring to a river
braided
A piece of clothing that is braided is decorated with braid
braided
{s} woven together
braided
past of braid
braided
a stream channel that splits and comes back together
braided
Stream whose plan form consists of a number of small channels separated by bars (typically constructed of gravel, often regularly spaced, and forming a riffle or shallow section)
braided
adorned with braid; "his braided collar
braided
adorned with braid; "his braided collar"
braider
{i} one who braids
braiding
Weaving fibers into a tubular shape
braiding
{i} something made of braided material; trimming used for decorating clothes or draperies; braids (collectively)
braiding
Ornamental needlework done by sewing braid over cloth, or forming braid into lace and similar work Braiding means to entwine, interlace or weave together three or more yarns or threads
braiding
Braids, collectively; trimming
braiding
The process of numerous routes being created Identified by worn and eroded vegetation
braiding
A flat, round or oval braided material stitched on a garment to form a decorative design Soutache is one braid commonly available
braiding
Fabric made by criss-crossing yarn/fibre
braiding
A textile process where two or more strands, yarns or tapes are intertwined in the bias direction to form an integrated structure
braiding
trimming used to decorate clothes or curtains
braiding
Weaving of fibers into a tubular shape
braiding
- A woven mesh of metallic wires, usually either copper or steel, wrapped around the outside of one or more conductive cables It provides shielding against EMI, RFI, and crosstalk from other cables
braiding
The act of making or using braids
braiding
A braided trimming used as decoration on clothes or curtains
braiding
Successive division and rejoining of riverflow with accompanying islands
braids
plural of braid
braid
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