a fabric worn around the as a badge or symbol; brassard.
And that all he had to wear different from usual was an armband.
Jerry’s Charge Account Hazel Hutchins Wilson
a band of material worn round the arm, such as one bearing an identifying mark, etc, or a black one indicating mourning
an inflatable buoyancy aid, worn on the upper arm of a person learning to swim
an elasticated band worn round the upper arm to keep the shirtsleeve in place
a with sidepieces or to support a person’s forearms or elbows. theorizing without the benefit of practical experience: an armchair football coach. participating or experiencing indirectly or vicariously: an armchair traveler. Contemporary Examples armchair sleuths have been competing for years to determine the identity of one of the most notorious serial killers. Jack the Ripper […]
- Arm candy
a very attractive person who accompanies someone on a date, as at a public event, but is not romantically involved with that person. Contemporary Examples “The idea of getting matched with men looking for arm candy was not my style,” she says. Professional Matchmakers Build Business on Facebook Nina Strochlic August 4, 2013 noun a […]
a band of leather or other material worn about the wrist or lower part of the for protection and support. Archery. 2 . Historical Examples For this armguard a piece of thin leather, laced closely at the back of the forearm, answers very well. The Theory and Practice of Archery Horace Ford
an opening in a garment, for the arm. Historical Examples In the 31st and 51st rows, k the 6th and 7th st from the armhole edge together to decrease a little to shape for the waist. Needlework Economies Various Measure the width of chest from side to side, just at the armhole in front. Clothing […]