pleat (Meaning)

Wordnet

pleat (n)

any of various types of fold formed by doubling fabric back upon itself and then pressing or stitching into shape

Wordnet

pleat (v)

pleat or gather into a ruffle

fold into pleats

Webster

pleat (n. & v. t.)

See Plait.

pleat Sentence Examples

  1. The elegant dress featured intricate pleats that cascaded down the bodice.
  2. The curtains created a gentle breeze as their sheer pleats billowed in the wind.
  3. The lampshade's geometric pleats added a touch of modernity to the traditional décor.
  4. The upholstery on the armchairs had intricate pleats that provided comfort and style.
  5. The accordion-style pleats on the skirt allowed for easy movement and a flattering silhouette.
  6. The box pleats in the tablecloth gave it a crisp and tailored appearance.
  7. The artist used pleats to create texture and depth in their abstract painting.
  8. The chef meticulously pleated the pastry dough before baking it into a flaky croissant.
  9. The origami master folded paper into precise pleats to create intricate animals and objects.
  10. The fan's vibrant pleats created a beautiful display when it was opened and fanned out.

FAQs About the word pleat

any of various types of fold formed by doubling fabric back upon itself and then pressing or stitching into shape, pleat or gather into a ruffle, fold into plea

layer, crease, tuck, corrugation, crinkle,plait, seam, ply, pucker, loop

No antonyms found.

The elegant dress featured intricate pleats that cascaded down the bodice.

The curtains created a gentle breeze as their sheer pleats billowed in the wind.

The lampshade's geometric pleats added a touch of modernity to the traditional décor.

The upholstery on the armchairs had intricate pleats that provided comfort and style.