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[plad-id] /ˈplæd ɪd/
made of plaid, or having a similar pattern.
wearing a plaid.
Origin of plaided
1795-1805; plaid + -ed3 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • She wore a tastily trimmed hat, with veil, a well fitting seal coat and a plaided silk skirt of subdued colors.

    A New Sensation Albert Ross
  • The dress in the first of the above figures is of a plaided barège, of a delicate pink.

  • It was purple, plaided vaguely with cloudy lines of white and delicate rose-color.

    Pembroke Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • He came hither as conqueror, that mere stripling, belted and plaided as a Royal Stewart, and retook his kingdom.

    The Spell of Scotland Keith Clark
  • On one occasion he went to Edinburgh, plaided and barefoot, walked into a bookseller's shop, and asked for a Greek Testament.

    The Genius of Scotland Robert Turnbull
  • We looked eagerly at every turn for Jessie's straw bonnet and plaided gingham dress, but nothing was seen of her.

    Aunt Kitty's Tales Maria J. McIntosh
  • The plaided men gave a shout that drowned the pibrochs, and the clans were ready for the charge.

    Lochinvar S. R. Crockett
  • All "plaided in their tartan array," these shepherds laughed at the storm—and hark!

  • On further inquiry, the snake is described as plaided with brown and black.

  • Rush after rush of plaided men melted before that deadly storm of bullets.

    Lochinvar S. R. Crockett

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