Pleated [verb]

Definition of Pleated:

fold together

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Sentence/Example of Pleated:

It seemed to have been pleated and shoved together like an accordion.

A vote was taken, and Draycott was censured for wearing a pleated shirt.

He rustled the pleated pages, jerking his chin on his high collar.

Here are flowers, yellow and green, pleated into a wreath for thy feet.

She made a frill for his best shirt, and washed and pleated it with her own hands.

The skirt is pleated, light summer stuff, and falls in a straight line.

The box is lined with orange satin, which is gathered and pleated, and it is set off by a silver rim, also of native workmanship.

I know that skirts should be pleated to the band instead of gathered, and full enough to sit in, and short enough to walk in.

My britches were copperus colored and I had on a home wove shirt with a pleated bosom.

The collar is made of white cloth, lined with paper to make it stiff, and should be pleated around the neck to form a ruffle.