Definition of armband
: a band worn around the arm; especially : a band worn around the arm for identification or in mourning
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Some at Wednesday's protest also wore black armbands.
Jackson's signature armband was more than a go-to accessory.
Officials are conducting a pilot program where workers wear armbands embedded with signals that emit audible alarms and flashing lights when a train is approaching.
The man with the armband got his team out of Mexico City with a point.
English striker Dominic Solanke scored the only goal for England, which was wearing armbands for the second time in the tournament following Saturday's attack in London.
The armbands, which normally go for $45, will be on sale for $19 for one day only, and that day is Saturday, June 10.
A moment of silence and black armbands to honor the victims and their families affected by the tragic event on a MAX train last week.
The Timbers players also wore black armbands during the match in recognition of the tragic event.
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Definition of armband for English Language Learners
: a band worn around the arm; especially : one that is worn around the upper part of a sleeve to show who you are or to show that you are in mourning
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