Definition of wristband
1 : the part of a sleeve covering the wrist
2 : a band encircling the wrist
Recent Examples of wristband from the Web
Carnival wristbands for unlimited rides can also be purchased.
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.
Wristbands are free with a Sunny Isles Beach Resident ID card, $10 without.
Those who have wristbands from the June 10 tour get free admission.
Upon check-in, the foursome were given wristbands and orange baseball caps that identified them as a family with passengers with autism spectrum disorder and allowed them to jump to the front of the security line.
Dana Oland Carnival wristbands are $30 in advance only, until noon Wednesday, June 14, at EmmettCherryFestival.com.
Participants can get their event wristbands at any of four participating venues: Hayley's, The Brickyard, LoDa Biergarten and Alchemy Tavern.
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First Known Use of wristband
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
1 : the part of a sleeve that goes around the wrist
2 : a band that goes around the wrist (as for support or to absorb sweat)
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