Recent Examples of wristband from the Web
The key, which looks like a Fitbit, is activated by holding the wristband up to the ‘D’ in the rear Discovery badge.
And hotels are monitoring tourists more closely, with some even forcing them to wear electronic wristbands that track their movements.
Doors open at 3 p.m., the website says, and wristbands will be given out on scene.
Carnival wristbands for unlimited rides can also be purchased.
Carnival wristbands that allow holders to go on unlimited rides will also be sold — the $15 bracelet is good for noon to 3 p.m., the $30 bracelet is good all day and $75 bracelet is good all four days.
The park also provides traceable wristbands for children with disabilities who tend to wander from their parents.
A $10 wristband grants unlimited access to inflatables, kids carnival games and DJ dance party.
White gloves, wristbands and sleeves are prohibited.
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WRISTBAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wristband for English Language Learners
: a band of plastic, paper, cloth, etc., that you wear around your wrist
WRISTBAND Defined for Kids
Definition of wristband for Students
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