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- v. Present participle of pleat.
- n. An action or arrangement in which something is pleated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of folding in parallel folds
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The pleating may be caught together at top and bottom of box pleat, and it is then known as _rose pleating_.
This is the time to prove your worth, because no matter how accessible I have promised to be, there will come a time when I will begin to reject your phone calls pleating for long distance assistance.
Indeed, Mr. Tait has persuasively combined sports and couture in a different way and the pleating is an imaginative way to give texture and a sense of energy to the clothes while being very much about craft.
Some have beading and lace while others are decorated with intricate pleating, which is why Wilson refers to much of the late
Associated Press Details such as pleating in the front of this gold shirt made simple pieces unique.
"It's a kind of pleating," explained Dorothy, putting down the dog.
Look at how the pleating in the Virgin's headdress and halo is matched by the pattern of the rocks behind her head: brilliant artificiality or naive conceit?
They have strength that belies their fragile, lapidary appearance The costume designer describes the costumes as origami, as being influenced by futuristic superheroes and suits of armor, as being inspired by the pleating technique of the Japanese designer Issey Miyake.
Michael C. reveals that he has been working on a second, backup dress, with layers or horrific pleating that represent the bricks in the base of the statue.
This means volume: swaths of fabric pleating up at the neck, or over the bust, thus creating bell-shapes, tents, private homes for the body.
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