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braided

adjective braid·ed \ˈbrā-dəd\

Simple Definition of braided

  • : formed with three or more parts woven together

  • : decorated with a piece of cord or ribbon made of three or more strands woven together : decorated with braid

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of braided

  1. 1 a :  made by intertwining three or more strands b :  ornamented with braid

  2. 2 :  forming an interlacing network of channels <a braided river>

Examples of braided in a sentence

  1. a hat with braided trim



15th Century

First Known Use of braided

15th century



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