backband

[ bak-band ]
/ ˈbækˌbænd /

noun

Carpentry. a piece of millwork surrounding the trim at the top and sides of a door or window.
a broad band passing over the back of a horse, for supporting the shafts of a vehicle.

Nearby words

  1. back-to-basics,
  2. back-to-nature,
  3. back-trail,
  4. back-up light,
  5. backache,
  6. backbar,
  7. backbeat,
  8. backbencher,
  9. backbend,
  10. backbite

Origin of backband


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