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wristband

[ rist-band ]
/ ˈrɪstˌbænd /
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noun

the band of a sleeve, especially that of a shirt sleeve, that covers the wrist.
a strap attached to a wrist watch and worn around the wrist.
a sweatband worn on the wrist to absorb perspiration.

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Origin of wristband

First recorded in 1565–75; wrist + band2
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British Dictionary definitions for wristband

wristband
/ (ˈrɪstˌbænd) /

noun

a band around the wrist, esp one attached to a watch or forming part of a long sleeve
a sweatband around the wrist
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