a band of cloth at the neck of a garment.
a band, especially one of ornamental design, worn around the neck, affixed to a bottle, etc.
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How to use neckband in a sentence
They’re connected via a short neckband cable, so there’s no worry about losing one.Apple's New Powerbeats Are OK, But Design Flaws Keep Them From Greatness | Patrick Lucas Austin | March 27, 2020 | Time
Chevesaile, a collar; properly, the neckband of the robe, as explained in the New E. Dict.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems | Geoffrey Chaucer
The thin, corded neck stiffened back, rising from a dirty, collarless neckband.The Escape of Mr. Trimm | Irvin S. Cobb
The judge swathed him with one of Mrs. Penniman's aprons, crowding folds of it inside his neckband.The Wrong Twin | Harry Leon Wilson
Denis was sitting in his shirt-sleeves, his collar off and neckband loosened, when Ebenezer Brown entered.Grey Town | Gerald Baldwin
Hookers tie had been removed and his collar and neckband unbuttoned.The New Boys at Oakdale | Morgan Scott
British Dictionary definitions for neckband
a band around the neck of a garment as finishing, decoration, or a base for a collar
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