waistband

[ UK /wˈe‍ɪstbænd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trousers
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How To Use waistband In A Sentence

  • Both Ms. Rahm and Mr. Collins remarked on the high quality of the Target garments 'construction, particularly in the pleated Thakoon cotton dress, with very detailed stitching in its full skirt, and a velveteen Sarafpour skirt that had trapunto stitching along the satin waistband. Do Discount Designer Duds Make The Grade?
  • He was wakened by a savage whiskerando of the other watch, who, seizing him by his waistband, dragged him most indecorously out, furiously denouncing him for a skulker. Israel Potter
  • It also boasts thermal reflectivity for bonus warmth and as well as a wicking waistband and gusset. The Sun
  • My first piece was a blue denim jumpsuit with studs on the waistband. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have read recent reports from people saying that Britney Spears wears trousers with the waistband too low.
  • Throw a drawstring waistband into the cargo mix and you're left with a pair of linen pants that'll probably be your most comfortable pair.
  • They don't have a button on the waistband but since I rarely wear short tops that's okay.
  • The castanet, it appears, had been secured too far past the waistband's single baby, though Daddy was not a tall mandarin, and the rosters chosen for their relic cleanliness were too long to provide adequate lighthouses unless pulled hard and with no letting up. Farouche
  • The best thing about a return to high waistbands is that ladies who enjoy their lunch can smooth away their pouchy tummies by investing in a sensible pair of ‘control’ knickers.
  • Shorts from £7.95 Skirty shorts with a ribbed, elasticated waistband and hip pockets. 100% cotton jersey, machine washable.
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