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abut, adjoin, border, brush, butt on, caress, come together, communicate, contact, converge.
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braid
Definition:
A plait, band, or narrow fabric formed by intertwining or weaving together different strands.

Synonyms:

noun
bobbin
ratchet, ratchets.
body
braid, twist, tress, plait.
braid
gold braid, braiding, pleach, twist, plait, lace, tress.
fastener
bracket, thread, mediator, latch, skewer, fastening, lace, hook, middleman, fuse, cincture, pin, splice, closure, tie, button, hasp, fastener, link, stitch, belt, brace, go-between, rabbet, brad, knot, stay, connector, ligament, band, hitch, hinge, staple, clamp, clinch, grapnel, agent, nail, Vinculum, chain, snap, spike, cement, glue, lock, cleat, strap, tack, hawser, coupling, bonding, anchor, string, bolt, bond, clasp, buckle, binder, twine, suture, cinch, rivet, mucilage, seal, clip, catch, vise, medium, zipper, weld, cotter, paste, guy, knitting, binding.
hair
tress.
interwoven hair style
pigtail, queue, ponytail, plait.
plait
net, filigree, pigtail, queue, reticulation, wreath, hairstyle, mesh, rope.
spool
bobbin.
tress
ringlet.
verb
contact
braid.
creation
braid, plait, lace.
encircle
Enwreathe.
fasten
fasten, connect, bind, zip, tether, couple, weave, knit, lash, baste, plait, sew.
interweave
intertwine, entwine, cue, Interknit, twist, interlace, weave, lace, mesh, complect, ravel, twine.
Examples of usage:
  1. He had the round Indian basket from Mother's work- table on his head, and some automobile goggles, and yards and yards of green braid wound over his jumper, and Mother's carriage- boots, which came just below the tops of his socks. – Us and the Bottleman by Edith Ballinger Price
  2. " You should braid your mother's hair, too. – The Blood Red Dawn by Charles Caldwell Dobie
  3. Monkeys, they are, rigged up in brown 'olland an' red braid, wot 'ave immytated 'uman beings till they've come to talk langwidge wot we can understand, and tumble to our meanings. – The Dop Doctor by Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
  4. Not by the braid! – Gone to Earth by Mary Webb
  5. She shook her head to free her forehead from a coil of braid, pulled loose in her struggle with Travis. – The Defiant Agents by Andre Alice Norton

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