Origin of bandanna
OTHER WORDS FROM bandannaban·dan·naed [ban-dan-uhd], /bænˈdæn əd/, adjective
How to use bandanna in a sentence
His face was partially obscured by a bandana and a baseball cap, from beneath which his long ponytail hung limply.
Well, he does a reggae rap while wearing a bandana on his head.It’s Been 20 Years Since Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Ryan Gosling Joined the Mickey Mouse Club|Kevin Fallon|November 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He makes frequent appearances on television, usually wearing aviator shades and a bandana to disguise his identity.The Way to Understand Kim Jong-il Was Through His Stomach|Barbara Demick|December 19, 2011|DAILY BEAST
But, perhaps symbolically, the singer Jason Mraz arrived at the event wearing a purple bandana.Exclusive: Jason Mraz Splits From Fiancée Tristan Prettyman|Ramin Setoodeh|June 8, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Here Tsundue—a wiry man who always wears a red bandana—appeals passionately, some might say naively, to America.
He jolted to a halt, cut the engine and wiped a red bandana over his wrinkled, sweating face.Restricted Tool|Malcolm B. Morehart
The maid in her red bandana head-gear was delighted, having, like her race, great pleasure in bright colors.The Red City|S. Weir Mitchell
Bones wiped his streaming brow with a large and violent bandana, and looked round cautiously.The Keepers of the King's Peace|Edgar Wallace
Aunt Kizzie, in her new linsey-woolsey and shining bandana as a turban, started off in great glee for the Court House.Hubert's Wife|Minnie Mary Lee
With these words he threw his bandana handkerchief over his head, adding, “He hoped now he had a ‘right’ to a bit of sleep.”I, Thou, and the Other One|Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr