from The Century Dictionary.
- Made of plaid, or having a similar pattern; tartan.
- Wearing a plaid.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of the material of which plaids are made; tartan.
- adjective Wearing a plaid.
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- adjective Of the material of which
plaidsare made; tartan.
- adjective Wearing a
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On further inquiry, the snake is described as plaided with brown and black.
Which means that you can use other regularly "plaided" if there is such a word fabrics, not just gingham.
One southland farmer, three grey-plaided shepherds, and six dogs, now tenanted the whole glen, which in his youth had maintained, in content, if not in competence, upwards of two hundred inhabitants.
It was in these vales that the Saxons of the plain and the Gad of the mountains had many a desperate and bloody encounter, in which it was frequently impossible to decide the palm of victory between the mailed chivalry of the low country and the plaided clans whom they opposed.
And now we have ‘Brasyl’, fizzing and sparking along in the wake of ‘River Of Gods’, itself a fabulously ambitious, multi-threaded/plaided/braided storyline which looked into the wired lens of a future India.
To a superstitious eye, Lucy Ashton, folded in her plaided mantle, with her long hair, escaping partly from the snood and falling upon her silver neck, might have suggested the idea of the murdered Nymph of the fountain.
Bonglob? ai fink ai plaided dat in kollidge…….but den it broked.
Elgar's is one of the greatest v.c.ever written, and deserve to be plaided much more often.
Round the throat a small collar of worked muslin or a necktie of plaided ribbon.
So in the earliest autumn they were married, Monsieur having previously presented Miss Lucinda with a delicate plaided gray silk for her wedding attire, in which she looked almost young; and old Israel was present at the ceremony, which was briefly performed by Parson Hyde in Miss