Crossword clues for pleated
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Having pleats. v
(en-past of: pleat)
adj. folded into pleats
Usage examples of "pleated".
The upper doors of the breakfront were lined, where one would expect glass, with a pleated yellowed fabric.
History was suddenly pleated, the years juxtaposed, and the laughter was that of childhood again.
One of the attendants, who had timidly advanced towards him waving a pleated kilt like a parlormaid shaking a rug, jumped back with a squeak.
Golden banners and flags with portraits of the Blessed Virgin, girls in navy blue pleated skirts: it all happens in the unloved Piarist Church.
There are pleated skirts and long skirts, blouses with gold buttons, blouses with tiny tucks, jerseys and tweed suits, dresses and slacks and twin sets The saleslady has hung them all on a special rack and wheeled it in front of me.
She wore a black wig cut to bare the tips of her shoulders, a tubelike under-dress of opaque white linen and a flare-sleeved, open over-dress of that fabulous linen only Egypt could makea transparent, finely pleated.
The little cardboard sign with peez godz scrawled on it in conventional Roman lettering wigwagged desperately over the heads of the gawking mob surrounding the short, dumpy little man whose only clothing was a pleated linen kilt, red leather sandals, and a heavy black Cleopatra wig.
Amidships, there was the usual glass-enclosed cabin with pleated curtains, sashed and befringed, giving privacy.
His pole, festooned with collapsed pleated painted lanterns, lay under the bench on which he sat.
Freed from the confines of the suit, Pip unfurled her pleated pink-and-blue wings and soared through the shattered foreport, out into the alien sky.
The acute policy dictating these movements was sufficiently vindicated at daybreak, by the sight of a long sleek on the sea directly and lengthwise ahead, smooth as oil, and resembling in the pleated watery wrinkles bordering it, the polished metallic-like marks of some swift tide-rip, at the mouth of a deep, rapid stream.
She entered, rather halfheartedly, into the various discussions as to what she should wear to the dance and was at length persuaded to buy a new dress--a dream in aubergine pleated chiffon.
Sam was wearing khakis and an off-white shirt, while she wore pleated pale camel challis trousers--now showing snags from the.
The long sleeves were gathered at the wrist and the neckline was filled in with a modest, pleated chemisette Harriet had pinned a fresh white lace cap on her untamed hair.
The full, pleated skirt would flow nicely around her legs as she moved, and the laced bodice over the white voile chemisette might draw the eye even of a president no longer young.