She was settin' on the south door-step, braidin' palm-leaf; and her grandmother was knittin' in her old chair, a little back by the window.
Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 5, March, 1858, by Various
Pinky was with me, rubbin' my head an' braidin' my whiskers an' cooin' over me like a baby, as happy as any woman could be.
Cited from Captain Scraggs, by Peter B. Kyne
You might see 'em all over camp, for it's August weather an' the walls of the tents an' teepees is looped up to let in the cool, daubin' the ocher on their faces an' braidin' the feathers into their ha'r.
Cited from Wolfville Nights, by Alfred Lewis
I walked into the saloon where Dan was sittin' -- braidin' a little horsehair strand -- my God, Kate, think of him sittin' there doin' that with a hundred fellers standin' about waitin' for him to kill or be killed!
Cited from The Night Horseman, by Max Brand
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