wrist band

NOUN
  1. a band or bracelet worn around the wrist
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How To Use wrist band In A Sentence

  • She was wearing a gold ring with three red stones, and a wrist band with the name ‘Mary’ inscribed on it that may help identify her.
  • In the corner someone had daubed red paint on the arms of a goth mannequin with leather wrist bands, a nod to the obsession with self-harm that features in many of the songs with which its teenage customers are familiar.
  • Monster: A wrist band. A towel that til today I never use coz I'm worried I might ruin it.
  • A wide leather wrist band studded with silver pyramids slid down his thin arm.
  • There are strange Runes embossed into your belt and others on your wrist bands, and your single glove has a curious pattern of black and gold stitching across its back.
  • We asked participants if they were wearing any reflective or fluorescent clothing or other articles such as a jacket, vest, apron, sash, ankle or wrist band, or back pack including stripes, decals, or strips.
  • Main production - fashion belt; metal belt; drilling band; elastic waistband; really belt; children's belt; leather wrist band; leather watch band; pet belt.
  • Several trials demonstrate that acupuncture can help, and some hospitals give patients Sea Bands, elasticated wrist bands originally aimed at preventing sea sickness.
  • Travel Bands wrist bands to prevent travel sickness, £6.50.
  • However, DEET on a wrist band prevented bites for only 12 to 18 seconds.
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