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See definition of banded on Dictionary.com
  • as injoined
  • as inknotted
  • as inoutlined
  • as inreinforced
  • as instriped
  • as inunified
  • as inunited

synonyms for banded

  • involved
  • married
  • merged
  • united
  • accompanying
  • affiliated
  • affixed
  • allied
  • amalgamated
  • associated
  • attached
  • blended
  • bracketed
  • cemented
  • combined
  • confederated
  • conjoined
  • connected
  • coupled
  • entwined
  • federated
  • fused
  • hitched
  • interlaced
  • intermixed
  • intertwined
  • mingled
  • mixed
  • paired
  • related
  • touching
  • unified
  • wedded
  • welded
  • akin
  • cognate
  • inseparable
  • interallied
  • interclasped
  • interdependent
  • interfused
  • put together
  • stuck together

antonyms for banded

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  • disconnected
  • uncombined
  • unrelated
  • apart
  • disparate
  • separated
  • straight
  • free
  • loose
  • separate
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        How to use banded in a sentence

        Gneiss is a similar mixture, but characterised by the predominance of mica, and by its banded structure.
        ELEMENTS OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRYTHOMAS ANDERSON
        That paper banded to the flashlight device had carried a Seventh Avenue address.
        HOODED DETECTIVE, VOLUME III NO. 2, JANUARY, 1942VARIOUS
        It is probable, therefore, that the eight-banded is the male and the nine-banded the female.
        BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME VII (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
        Piso says, that the flesh of the six banded is not eatable; and Nieremberg affirms, that it is unwholesome and pernicious.
        BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME VII (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
        At our resting place of noon the banded rattlesnake (C. horridus) occurred, and five young turkies were procured by the hunters.
        EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS 1748-1846, VOLUME XVIVARIOUS
        Their public lands, millions of square miles, were parceled out among banded conspirators.
        THE COLLECTED WORKS OF AMBROSE BIERCEAMBROSE BIERCE
        Yo' may be kind hearts, each separate; but once banded together, yo've no more pity for a man than a wild hunger-maddened wolf.'
        NORTH AND SOUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
        Nine withes of witch hazel, banded together, is used as a rustic appliance to guard against witching influence.
        NOTES AND QUERIES FOR WORCESTERSHIREJOHN NOAKE
        They didn't want to send to town for clothes for him, so Lacy and her jes' banded together and made him the suit.
        WATCH YOURSELF GO BYAL. G. FIELD
        Any one wishing to breed rich brown tabbies, should use a tortoiseshell she-cat with a very brown and black-banded he-cat.
        OUR CATS AND ALL ABOUT THEMHARRISON WEIR
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        WORDS RELATED TO BANDED

        • accompanying
        • affiliated
        • affixed
        • akin
        • allied
        • amalgamated
        • associated
        • attached
        • banded
        • blended
        • bracketed
        • cemented
        • cognate
        • combined
        • confederated
        • conjoined
        • connected
        • coupled
        • entwined
        • federated
        • fused
        • hitched
        • inseparable
        • interallied
        • interclasped
        • interdependent
        • interfused
        • interlaced
        • intermixed
        • intertwined
        • involved
        • married
        • merged
        • mingled
        • mixed
        • paired
        • put together
        • related
        • stuck together
        • touching
        • unified
        • united
        • wedded
        • welded
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