bandeau[ ban-doh, ban-doh ]SEE DEFINITION OF bandeau
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They become bendellus and bendellum; then bandeau and bande.
Her head is uncovered, and merely encircled with a bandeau of black velvet.
But I wouldn't wear a bandeau on my hair if I were you, Pauline.
A turban or bandeau is of the greatest importance in their estimation.
The bandeau inclosing the head glittered resplendent with amethysts.
Her tulle veil was held by a bandeau of lilies of the valley.
Secretary Bandeau jerked his head around to look at the President.
A snood, or bandeau of riband or worsted tape, was the only head-dress for maidens.
They have a kind of band, like the bandeau of widows, above the beak, which is of a tan colour.
You should have large, white pearls around your neck, and your hair hanging down and a bandeau of pearls to bind it.
1706, from French bandeau, from Old French bandel (12c.), diminutive of bande "band" (see band (n.1)).