sennit definition by Webster's New World
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- a flat braided material made by plaiting strands of rope yarn
- plaited straw, grass, etc. used for making hats
Origin: ; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps
sennit definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Braided cordage formed by plaiting several strands of rope fiber or similar material.
- Plaited straw, grass, or palm leaves for making hats.
Origin: Origin unknown.