wristband

[rist-band]
noun
1.
the band of a sleeve, especially that of a shirt sleeve, that covers the wrist.
2.
a strap attached to a wrist watch and worn around the wrist.
3.
a sweatband worn on the wrist to absorb perspiration.

Origin:
1565–75; wrist + band2

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wristband (ˈrɪstˌbænd)
 
n
1.  a band around the wrist, esp one attached to a watch or forming part of a long sleeve
2.  a sweatband around the wrist

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Example sentences
Any event in the public consciousness is likely to be reflected in a wristband.
Tickets are available for individual rides, or you can purchase a wristband for
  unlimited rides.
It establishes penalties for failure to inscribe a symbol on a patient's
  wristband.
Identify the residents based on the number on the wristband that they are
  wearing.
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