blethu, mhlethu, plethu, phlethubrêd, bred, fred, frêd, mred, mrêdblethodd, bletha’, blethaf, blethai, blethais, blethaist, blethan, blethant, blethasai, blethasant, blethasech, blethasem, blethasent, blethasid, blethasit, blethasoch, plethaist, blethaswn, blethech, blethed, blethem, blethent, blether, blethes, blethest, blethet, blethid, blethiff, blethir, blethith, bletho, blethoch, plethan, blethom, blethon, blethont, blethwch, blethwn, blethwyd, blethwyf, blethych, pleth, pletha, pletha’, plethaf, plethai, plethais, bletha, blethasom, plethant, plethasai, plethasant, plethasech, plethasem, plethasent, plethasid, plethasit, plethasoch, plethasom, plethaswn, plethech, plethed, plethem, phlethasech, plethent, plether, plethes, plethest, plethet, plethi, plethid, plethiff, plethir, plethith, pletho, plethoch, plethodd, plethom, plethon, phlethet, plethwch, plethwn, plethwyd, plethwyf, plethych, phletha, phletha’, phlethaf, phlethai, phlethais, phlethaist, phlethan, phlethant, phlethasai, phlethasant, phlethid, phlethasem, phlethasent, phlethasid, phlethasit, phlethasoch, phlethasom, phlethaswn, phlethech, phlethed, phlethem, phlethent, phlether, phlethes, phlethest, plethen, plethont, phlethiff, phlethir, phlethith, phletho, phlethoch, phlethodd, phlethom, phlethon, phlethont, phlethwch, phlethwn, phlethwyd, phlethwyf, phlethych
Noun(1) a hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair(2) trimming used to decorate clothes or curtains
Verb(1) make by braiding or interlacing(2) decorate with braids or ribbons(3) form or weave into a braid or braids
(1) She shook her head to physically remove the thoughts from her mind, and she set about plaiting her hair into a braid , tying the end with a pale purple ribbon.(2) For festive occasions, unmarried women wear small red felt caps adorned with gold braid , and married women don large white hats with starched wings.(3) a coat trimmed with gold braid(4) He was a leader, represented by his standard and his throne-like stool, and perhaps the item worn around his neck decorated with gold braid .(5) The dashboard is decorated in purple velour and gold braid , protected from dust by a fitted polythene cover.(6) Think of a braided rope - each strand is strong, but when the three strands are intertwined, the braid is unbreakable.(7) a flexible copper braid(8) The woman who swept the stone courtyard wore a traditional Tibetan gown, trim and dark, and had plaited her raven hair into a thick braid .(9) There was a vivid contrast between the splendour of the gold braid and decoration of the uniform and the jagged holes from the bullet which took Nelson's life.(10) The end of the braid is then passed through the eye of the needle so that about 7cm is pulled through the end.(11) Turquoise creeks braid through the landscape, feeding immense lakes full of brown trout the size of my leg.(12) When Margaret tried to braid her own hair, loose strands always refused to be captured, and made a halo around her pale face.(13) An army officer's ultimate posing outfit is, of course, his dress uniform, made to measure while at Sandhurst and decorated with lots of shiny brass buttons and gold braid .(14) He was around 12 years old, a mop of blond hair and dressed like a Harrods bellboy in red outfit and gold braid .(15) She wears all black, except for a cap edged in gold braid .(16) Alongside her on the top deck of the Antarctic survey ship HMS Endurance, stood the Duke of Edinburgh in the uniform of Admiral of the Fleet, encrusted with gold braid .
1. plait ::
2. braiding ::
3. plait ::
5. pleach ::
Different Formsbraid, braided, braiding, braids
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