noun, plural ban·deaux [ban-dohz, ban-dohz] /bænˈdoʊz, ˈbæn doʊz/.
Origin of bandeau
Examples from the Web for bandeau
A snood, or bandeau of riband or worsted tape, was the only head-dress for maidens.Discipline|Mary Brunton
I hope that bandeau of silvery locks is not widening too fast on the head I love so well—that the eyes are as bright as ever.George Eliot's Life, Vol. I (of 3)|George Eliot
The bandeau inclosing the head glittered resplendent with amethysts.Josephine|John S. C. Abbott
Bandeau looked as though he were going to explode, but a glance from the President silenced him.Fifty Per Cent Prophet|Gordon Randall Garrett
A turban or bandeau is of the greatest importance in their estimation.Fenelon's Treatise on the Education of Daughters|Franois Fnelon