- n band consisting of a part of a sleeve that covers the wrist
- n a band of cloth or leather or metal links attached to a wristwatch and wrapped around the wrist
- He's wearing a pair of black-frame glasses and a black terry cloth wristband with a green ganja leaf design that he says lets the ladies know, "I can get you high.
- In a new product called Aqua Buoy, which hides a flotation device in a wristband, function combines with form.
- Don't have anything to wear with yellow? Then maybe youlike everyone elseshould buy one of the ubiquitous LiveStrong awareness wristbands, launched by the Lance Armstrong .
- Barack Obama in International Herald Tribune
She gave me this wristband, which I'm very grateful for,Obama told the Green Bay audience, halting and lowering his voice from his normally upbeat presentation. "I meet mothers and family members all over the country who are still mourning...
- Jim Tressel in Toledo Blade
To show you how disorganized we were, the first time we were down by the goal line, we called a wristband play, and our guys came lined up in a formation that wasn't a formation on the wristband,Tressel said. "And we were screaming and...
- Mark Sanchez in Boston Herald
It's made things a lot easier,Sanchez said. "Now, instead of constantly hearing the plays, I can just say them myself and just get the number through the headset. So, it was run plays, pass plays, all of it on the wristband."