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
Example sentences from the Web for braid
Inside, sporting a set of braids that would make Katniss Everdeen green with jealousy, is the self-anointed “queen bee,” Lorde.Watch Lorde’s Magical New Music Video For Her Song “Team”|Marlow Stern|December 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The only racism Alicia Keys is likely to encounter in the territories would be some fool trying to touch her braids.
“He actually really did creep me out—as the character—with the braids and the way he talked,” she says.Selena Gomez on Playing a Bikini-Clad Vigilante in ‘Spring Breakers’|Marlow Stern|March 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
For a summer cut her mother would lop off the braids, leaving her with a chic bob for the warmer months.
I noticed the hair was over eight inches long, bound in braids.
Her hair, according to the fashion of the day, was parted and hung in braids over her back and shoulders.Roumanian Stories|Various
But, children, I fear some of the stories I told were crookeder than even my braids.Aunt Madge's Story|Sophie May
The point, Honiton and Princess braids are represented full size, and are much daintier in texture than the Battenburg braids.The Art of Modern Lace Making|The Butterick Publishing Co.
Dimensions—Bottom three inches in diameter; sides two inches high; handle six inches long and two braids wide.Construction Work for Rural and Elementary Schools|Virginia McGaw
She had masses of golden hair wreathed round her dainty head in a bewilderment of waves and braids.The Man of the Desert|Grace Livingston Hill