Across the wide prairie the pony raced, guided by a noose of plaited rawhide.
On his shaven head he wore a small skull-cap of plaited grass.
Basin shallow, wavy or plaited, leather-cracked; Eye small, closed.
She rose, folded her work and laid it in her plaited rush sewing-basket.
They were often covered with rushes or plaited rush mats, on which incomers could remove the mud from their boots.
He was booted and spurred, and carried a short, heavy whip of plaited greenhide.
Eye, closed, with long broad segments, set in a deep and plaited basin.
The threads may be looped, plaited, or twisted in one of three ways.
From the roof, suspended by a length of plaited bark, dangled the skull of a human being.
Like a woman, he plaited his hair and drew it down behind his ears.
late 14c., "to fold, gather in pleats," also "to braid or weave," from Old French pleir "to fold," variant of ploier, ployer "to fold, bend," from Latin plicare "to fold" (see ply (v.1)). Related: Plaited; plaiting.