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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
pleatedpleat‧ed /ˈpliːtɪd/ adjective  DCa pleated skirt, dress etc has a lot of flat narrow folds
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pleatedThe very thin cotton called voile is excellent when pleated.Cover with a piece of pleated greaseproof paper and foil, and secure with string.Lise Charmel paisley in linen and cotton with pleated satin inserts from the Sahara range.Below her elegant jacket she wore a short pleated skirt and a pair of plastic sandals.Where to hang the steaming kit for a shadow pleated skirt is always quite a problem.Charlie stared at her gleaming white blouse and dark blue pleated skirt.Jerichos are tubeworms, differing from the giant tubeworm by their smaller size and especially by their concentrically pleated tubes.A pleated white paper fan perched in the empty grate below.
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