Thesaurus / pleat
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If a soft-looking or puffy, “fat”-looking bow is desired, pleat the ribbon singly before making the loops.

Make Your Own HatsGene Allen Martin

And she did hope that pleat from the neck would look all right.

Mistress Gundy patted the pleat of her lips every moment or two, maybe enjoying a silent burp.

Wilderness of SpringEdgar Pangborn

After each successive stroke press the pleat under the thumb of the left hand.

Handicraft for GirlsIdabelle McGlauflin

The flowing sleeves and the pleat from the shoulder gave her dignity, she was certain; and she had done her hair beautifully.

Rory rubbed the sweat from his drenched palm on the pleat of his kilt, and caught the basket-hand tighter.

Pleat about half of the fresh under sheet lengthwise, and place close to the soiled sheets.

Having sloped off the lower corners of these parts, pleat them, and join them with the foundation.

Tray cover must be spotless, and of a size to just cover the edges of tray; if too large, make a pleat down the center.

Dietetics for NursesFairfax T. Proudfit

This is made by turning the first pleat to the left and the next to the right.

Make Your Own HatsGene Allen Martin

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