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riband

[rib-uh nd] /ˈrɪb ənd/
noun
1.
a decorative ribbon.
Origin
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English: ribbon
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British Dictionary definitions for riband

riband

/ˈrɪbənd/
noun
1.
a ribbon, esp one awarded for some achievement See also blue riband
2.
a flat rail attached to posts in a palisade
Word Origin
C14: variant of ribbon
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Word Origin and History for riband
n.

archaic for "ribbon," late 14c., from ribbon, with excrescent -d.

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