Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Then she bruised every nettle with her bare feet and plaited the green flax.

On his shaven head he wore a small skull-cap of plaited grass.

Sometimes the hair of these heads was plaited like that of a girl.

She rose, folded her work and laid it in her plaited rush sewing-basket.

He was booted and spurred, and carried a short, heavy whip of plaited greenhide.

The threads may be looped, plaited, or twisted in one of three ways.

As he lightly brushed and plaited her hair, he bit his lip and felt dazed.

He smoothed it, greased it, and plaited it into the form of a pigtail.

Like a woman, he plaited his hair and drew it down behind his ears.

Part of it was plaited, and at the upper end there was a knot.