Definition of Alice band
: a hair band worn high on the head usually to keep long hair pulled back from the forehead She removed her Alice band and shook her hair free. — Mackenzie Ford, Gifts of War, 2008
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Origin and Etymology of alice band
after the hair band worn by the character Alice in illustrations to Lewis Carroll's fantasy novel Through the Looking-Glass (1871)
First Known Use: 1953See Words from the same year
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