When I reach Drumcairn, I will have a ribband and suspend it round my neck.
E'er shall avail her neck to begird with yesterday's ribband.
Even the colour of a shoe, the knot of a ribband, or your attitude in plucking a rose, were of moment to be recorded.
Cockade is a ribband worn in the hat, as defined by Dr. Johnson.
In ship-building, is a ribband placed between the floor and the keel.
"The ribband worn in the hat" was styled "a favour" previous to the Scotch Covenanters' nick-naming it a cockade.
These ribband fillings are not incidental, but are placed there to prevent too sharp an outline.
La Touche listened, standing, and still holding the ribband of seaweed in his fingers.
He ought to get no more by it, than a poor silk-weaver does by the ribband which he works, to make a gallant fine.
The Queen was finely dressed, with a ribband and order over her shoulder, and she sat by the King.