verb (used with object)
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Origin of braid
OTHER WORDS FROM braidbraider, nounwell-braided, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH braidbraid , brayed
Words nearby braid
Example sentences from the Web for braid
It’s also the latest twist in an intellectual braid that started long ago with an ancient curiosity.Undergraduates Hunt for Special Tetrahedra That Fit Together|Kevin Hartnett|February 9, 2021|Quanta Magazine
Her side-parted, carefully smoothed style tapered to an extension braid.She used Gorilla Glue as hairspray. After 15 washes and a trip to the ER, it still won’t budge.|Lateshia Beachum|February 8, 2021|Washington Post
Studies show that common hairstyles like braids, twists, and Afros can affect job prospects.
Basically, they want either a ponytail or braid that's 10 to 12 inches long of clean, not chemically treated hair.
It is based on yet another area of mathematics involving transforming a set of numbers by combining elements, often according to elaborate geometric patterns, such as braids.Quantum computers threaten to end digital security. Here’s what’s being done about it|Jeremy Kahn|September 11, 2020|Fortune
Boys let me know they liked me, too, and I realized that I looked good, tall and slim, my long hair in a braid down my back.
E.J. Montoya, 16, has the well-muscled shoulders of a football player and a glossy, black braid down his back.
There were more snubs than you could shake your DNA-sharing braid at.
(9 p.m.) WEDNESDAY Braid Paisley and Carrie Underwood host the 42nd annual CMA Awards on ABC.
Her hair had fallen from its pins and hung in a braid, its length concealed by her position, and making the effect of a queue.
I want a spool of red silk, two pieces of crimson dress braid, and a spool of fifty cotton.Tessa Wadsworth's Discipline|Jennie M. Drinkwater
She wore overalls and high boots, and the night braid of her hair was twisted several times round her throat.
She hurried on her riding-clothes, dropped her braid under her jacket, and ran down the stairs.
Yes; for every wound we get we have the right to wear a narrow strip of gold braid on the tunic sleeve.Private Peat|Harold R. Peat