- To interweave three or even more strands, pieces, or lengths of in a diagonally overlapping design: braided the towels into a very good line.
- To create (one thing) by such interweaving: braid a rug.
- to create (hair) by such interweaving.
- To mingle (discrete elements, as an example) just as if by these types of interweaving: braided the ideas into a complex thesis.
- To decorate or edge (one thing) with a trim of interwoven strands: completed the coat by braiding the collar and cuffs.
- To fasten or decorate (tresses) with a band or ribbon.
- To weave, interlace, or entwine collectively, as three or maybe more strands or threads; to make into a braid; to plait.
- To socialize, or to bring to a uniformly soft consistence, by beating, rubbing, or straining, as in some cooking businesses.
- To reproach. [Obs.] See Upbraid.
- To move, angle, or wind like interwoven: a stream braiding through forests.
- A braided section or length, at the time of locks, material, or fiber.
- Ornamental cable or ribbon, used specifically for decorating or edging materials.
- A ribbon or musical organization used to fasten the hair.
- Slang Naval officers of high rank.
- A plait, musical organization, or slim material created by intertwining or weaving together various strands.
- A narrow textile, at the time of wool, silk, or linen, used for binding, cutting, or ornamenting outfits, etc.
- A quick movement; a start.
- an elegant; nut; caprice.
- an instant motion; a start.
- a minute.
- A turn (of work); work.
- A trick; deception.
- Any plaited band or fillet. Especially—
- A wicker shield for safeguarding woods recently grafted.
- a hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair
- trimming accustomed enhance clothing or curtains
- (transitive) to create a-sudden activity with, to jerk.
- (intransitive) To start into movement.
- To weave together, intertwine (strands of fibers, ribbons, etc.); to arrange (locks) in braids.
- make by braiding or interlacing
- type or weave into a braid or braids
- decorate with braids or ribbons
- To just take, draw, pull, or snatch rapidly; reach; toss; cast; brandish.
- To weave by passing three or maybe more strands, pieces, or lines of over and under both alternately; plait; interlace: since, to braid hair, straw, tape, etc.
- to make by braiding; interweave the materials of in strands or strips: because, to braid a straw hat or a rug.
- In domestic econ., to conquer and blend, as smooth substances, specially to push them with a spoon through a sieve.
- To upbraid; reproach.
- To move rapidly; start; dash.
- to start out all of a sudden (out-of sleep); awake.
- To nauseate; want to vomit.
- To be like; resemble in features or personality.
- Deceitful; crafty.
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