Recent Examples of headband from the Web
The collection puts a modern spin on preppy tennis style with colorful cable knits, skorts, dresses, footwear, and lots of headbands.
During Gatorade and water breaks, several players wore cooling headbands (picture a wrap-around ice-pack for your head) that the UC training staff is using on a trial basis.
Teigen, 31, wore a black jumpsuit with a gold headband while her husband looked dashing in a button-down white shirt.
Ella sports a unique offset hinge, which sticks out behind your head, allowing for adjustment of height without the need for an extendable headband.
Playing with a man-bun last season with the Celtics, Olynyk averaged more points, rebounds and assists, while shooting at decidedly higher percentages, than when his long hair flowed freely beneath a headband.
For the see-no-evil-hear-no-evil passenger The Wrap-a-Nap headband is a godsend for those who need ear plugs and an eye mask to fall asleep.
Wonder Woman with no headband but a complement of black belts instead.
This region is a strip across the top of the brain that spans the left and right hemisphere—like a headband over the brain.
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First Known Use of headband
HEADBAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of headband for English Language Learners
: a band of cloth or some other material worn on or around your head
HEADBAND Defined for Kids
Definition of headband for Students
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