[ UK /bˈændbɒks/ ]
  1. a light cylindrical box for holding light articles of attire (especially hats)
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  • After flowering they can be lifted and replaced with summer bedding, but to keep the bandbox appearance stick to flowers of one colour.
  • Reggie watched a footman hand another bandbox up to the Ashford coachman. ON A WICKED DAWN
  • Four stout posts, much taller still than the "bandbox" itself, were set at equal distances around it, and their extremities were joined by stout beams which passed across over the top of the gasometer. Illustrated Science for Boys and Girls
  • Bertram looks like he stepped out of the proverbial bandbox, with a tuxedo that fits his athletic frame perfectly, and a silk shirt that shows off his brown-black eyes and deep, dimpled smile.
  • The exhibition explores the blue pigments, fabrics, papers, and paints used in seascapes and landscapes, floral bandboxes, a charming calamanco quilt, and blue and white ceramics.
  • Mr. Bantling, who was of a rather slow and discursive habit, relished a prompt, keen, positive woman, who charmed him with the spectacle of a brilliant eye and a kind of bandbox neatness, and who kindled a perception of raciness in a mind to which the usual fare of life seemed unsalted. Chapter XX
  • On top are two charming bandboxes, the utilitarian product of New Hampshire mill towns, about 1830.
  • Wallpapers decorated more than walls in earlier times, so examples in the collection were found lining trunks, covering pamphlets and bandboxes, and decorating fireboards.
  • The Shakers are renowned for the simplicity and clarity of line in all their tools, from bandboxes to chairs to harvesting blades.
  • Author of "The Bandbox," "The Day of Days," etc. I.lustrated by A.I. Keller. The Day of Days An Extravaganza
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