- a decorative ribbon.
Origin of riband
Examples from the Web for riband
Historical Examples of riband
Riband macaroni is best for these dishes, and should not be done so much.The Cook's Oracle; and Housekeeper's Manual
But presently I sought for a riband that was around my neck, and drew out a locket.Richard Carvel, Complete
He had cocked his hat, on which were bows of riband, and he wore a sword.For Faith and Freedom
Two ounces and a half of this riband are cut into 150 pieces of equal dimensions.Popular Technology; Volume 2
The lazagnes are macaroni left in the fillet or riband shape.
- a ribbon, esp one awarded for some achievementSee also blue riband
- a flat rail attached to posts in a palisade
Word Origin for riband
archaic for "ribbon," late 14c., from ribbon, with excrescent -d.