(redirected from braids)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • all
  • noun
  • verb

Synonyms for braid

Synonyms for braid

a hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair

trimming used to decorate clothes or curtains

make by braiding or interlacing


decorate with braids or ribbons

form or weave into a braid or braids


Related Words


References in periodicals archive ?
for the tails of the braids, you can dip this into hot water to make the tips straight .
In brief, braid is typically four or eight polyethylene strands, or carriers, woven into a bundle.
ISLAMABAD -- In Indian occupied Kashmir, braid of a 35-year-old woman was chopped off in Nowpora area of Bandipora district, Saturday.
Meanwhile, the puppet authorities continued to impose restrictions in Srinagar for the second consecutive day, to prevent people from staging demonstrations against growing incidents of braid cutting.
Side Braid: Braid is one comfortably quick hairstyle and has been a part of Indian hairstyles for ages.
Some anglers connect lighter braids to fluorocarbon by adding more wraps (I've seen 7 or 8 mentioned in the braid and a few less in the fluorocarbon), but my experience is too limited to be offering advice.
A friend, whose father is Jamaican, pointed out she had the same type of braids, but was still allowed in.
The team at Barbara Daley Hair and Beauty challenged ECHO reader Zoey Geddes, 18, from Woolton, to visit their braid bar to see how many gold medal winning styles she could achieve in record time.
WAYS WITH BRAIDS: Her braids were inspired by "Frozen," says Grace (above left), 9, Minnesota .
Braids are a go-to style for Kim Kardashian and her sister Khloe - even little North West is in on the hottest hair trend.
AFTER several seasons of nothing but delicately tousled waves and sleek updos, braids are making a major comeback on the red carpet, with starlets rocking everything from fishtails and French plaits, to halos and hairline braids.
From detailed and delicate to loose and laid-back, braids are making a comeback.
Tie a high pony, separate into five rope braids, wrap the far right part over the others and continue with each braid for a rope.
Pro stylist Crystal Gossman shows us how to stack braids and twists into one chic style.
The aim of this paper is to point out observations that the results of a random walk on G, combined with the results on open book decompositions and closed braids, lead to various interesting and non-trivial properties on random open books and closed braids.