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ribbon

noun

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  1. a long narrow piece of material tied a silk ribbon in her hair Synonyms list, strip, slipRelated Words slat; band, bandage, belt, binding, girth, strap, swatch, swath (or swathe), tape


ribbon

verb

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  1. to cause (something) to separate into jagged pieces by violently pulling at it over the years the historic flag had become badly ribboned by the wind Synonyms rend, tear, rip, rive, shred, tatterRelated Words break, cleave, rupture, split; cut, gash, incise, lacerate, slash; butcher, dismember, dissect, hack, mangle


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