Corded [verb]

Definition of Corded:

weave, complicate

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Sentence/Example of Corded:

A muscle twitched in his corded neck; Arnold eased his long frame into a chair, rubbed thumb and forefinger at his eyes.

I know how the man gets out of the corded box—I could do it myself.

His red, beefy face was corded and knotted with tension, and his skin glistened with oily perspiration.

"There is something eatable in that basket,—I don't know what," said Skeff, pointing to a little neatly corded hamper.

Fortunately a pair of pillows belonging to the cousin were corded on the top of one of their trunks.

We have already noticed that the banded pottery covered all this region, while the home of the corded pottery was North Germany.

His fists were clenched, and his rolled up sleeves showed a really magnificent display of brown and corded muscle.

Anne-Marie was dressed in a white corded silk coat, and a white-plumed hat.

The thin, corded neck stiffened back, rising from a dirty, collarless neckband.

Six deal boxes, firmly corded with great strands of rope, were piled one on top of the other in the narrow hall.