Examples of bandanna in a Sentence
she uses her colorful print bandanna to keep the hair out of her eyes
Recent Examples of bandanna from the Web
On a recent evening, the chef Mako Okano stood behind the counter at Shabu Shabu Macoron, on the Lower East Side, looking a little like Rosie the Riveter: bandanna knotted around her head, the sleeves of her denim kimono rolled up to her elbows.
Landlubbers don pirate bandannas as the evening starts with a dessert party — featuring treats from cake to Mickey’s Premium Ice Cream Sandwiches.
About an hour later, as the main crowds began to thin and police seemed ready to depart, the officers clashed with a few dozen protesters, many of them young people holding wooden shields, dressed in black and covering their faces with bandannas.
Ansel posted not one, but three adorable pics of himself and Violetta on the grounds, hugging, posing, and kissing, as well as one of himself in his Coachella look of a Beatles tee, shorts, pulled-up socks with Nikes, and a bandanna.
Post-baby, Rory's taken to carrying a regular cotton bandanna in his back pocket.
Inside the vehicle, police found two bright green bandannas referenced in another case where the suspect was wearing that style, the affidavit says.
The bandanna When Orlando Jr.’s father, former Ravens lineman Orlando Sr.
On July 8, 2016, Smith dressed as a construction worker with a mask, bandanna and sunglasses covering his face and waited for a guard to exit the Golden 1 Credit Union branch in Southgate Plaza on Florin Road.
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BANDANNA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bandanna for English Language Learners
: a square piece of cloth that is used as a head covering or worn around the neck
BANDANNA Defined for Kids
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