verb (used with object)
Origin of braid
Related formsbraid·er, nounwell-braid·ed, adjective
Can be confusedbraid brayed
Examples from the Web for braid
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.
(9 p.m.) WEDNESDAY Braid Paisley and Carrie Underwood host the 42nd annual CMA Awards on ABC.
Her skirt was without a braid and frayed, and two buttons were gone from the front of her waist.Selina|George Madden Martin
Bernice deftly amputated the other braid, paused for an instant, and then flitted swiftly and silently back to her own room.Flappers and Philosophers|F. Scott Fitzgerald
When the head is round, the hair should be formed in a braid in the middle of the back of the head.
The cavity through the cover and cap allows the braid, with the weight attached, to pass through as fast as braided.Self-Instructor in the Art of Hair Work|Mark Campbell
Her hair hung down her back in a braid, which gave a distinct touch of childishness to her.Other Main-Travelled Roads|Hamlin Garland