sash ribbon


noun
  1. a strip of steel or aluminum alloy for connecting a vertically sliding window sash with a counterweight.

Origin of sash ribbon

1
First recorded in 1860–65

Words Nearby sash ribbon

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How to use sash ribbon in a sentence

  • The sash ribbon, folded as instructed, is tied round the fancy boxes together with the string of sausages, with black tape.

    Magic | Ellis Stanyon
  • "Do you think we might ask her to come with us," said Fraulein Elsa, retying her pink sash ribbon before my mirror.

    In a German Pension | Katherine Mansfield