Flowing in an interconnected network of channels that divide and reunite: a braided stream. (adjective)
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Use "braided" in a sentence
"Best thing about braided is that you don't get stretch when you go to set the hook, and it can take a little bit more abuse than mono."
"They can be trimmed in braided ropes and you can iron fabric on to them using a fusible web."
"Again, if it is to be left to the parent's taste, and pecuniary means to clothe their children as they please and as they can, the one in braided broad-cloth and velvet cap, and the other in thread-bare homespun, will they meet as friends and equals?"