- a narrow, circular or oblong band of rubber, used for holding things together, as papers or a box and its lid.
Origin of rubber band
Related Words for rubber bandelastic
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Contemporary Examples of rubber band
“I view my career like a rubber-band ball in that every role is a new experience building toward something bigger,” she said.‘Premium Rush’ Star Jamie Chung on Her Road From ‘The Real World’ to Hollywood
August 25, 2012
Historical Examples of rubber band
With the hook and rubber-band properly adjusted, this is what happens when the car ascends to the top of the shaft.
The toy motor-boat shown in Figs. 48 and 49 is propelled by a tin propeller run by a rubber-band motor.
The rubber-band ends must project an equal distance beyond the spool-ends.
Wrap the spool pulleys with bicycle-tape, to keep the rubber-band belts from slipping.
- a continuous loop of thin rubber, used to hold papers, etc, togetherAlso called: elastic band