Definition of braided
1a : made by intertwining three or more strandsb : ornamented with braid
2 : forming an interlacing network of channels a braided river
Examples of braided in a Sentence
a hat with braided trim
Recent Examples of braided from the Web
The then-Kate Middleton rocks a simple white spaghetti strap top and a black braided belt with jeans.
The air reservoirs are covered with braided fibers, and a pump controls the level of inflation.
No matter your texture, this is another great choice for day-old hair, which has more grip and grit, ideal for any braided style.
Their name derives from the braided appearance given by the pattern of the scales on their tails.
A Massachusetts high school will now allow 15-year-old twins to attend prom and participate in after-school activities after initially reprimanding them for wearing braided extensions.
This Kingdom Blue maxi dress is the perfect dress to take from day to night with its braided halter ties and belt.
The bride, Maria Cervantes, 27, wore white slip-on sneakers covered in rhinestones, a knee-length lace dress, a gray wool jacket and a braided headpiece dotted with small white flower buds.
Returning harmonious balance to the salts of our body using water-soluble titanium, Phiten postulates that the braided necklaces help muscles relax and heal.
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First Known Use of braided
BRAIDED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of braided for English Language Learners
: 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
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