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See definition of ribboned on Dictionary.com
  • as intear
  • as inrive

synonyms for ribboned

  • break
  • crack
  • damage
  • divide
  • grab
  • injure
  • mangle
  • pull
  • rive
  • rupture
  • separate
  • sever
  • shred
  • slash
  • snatch
  • split
  • wrench
  • yank
  • claw
  • cleave
  • extract
  • fray
  • frazzle
  • gash
  • impair
  • incise
  • jigsaw
  • lacerate
  • mutilate
  • pluck
  • rend
  • ribbon
  • rift
  • run
  • scratch
  • seize
  • slit
  • sunder
  • wrest
  • evulse
  • pull apart
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antonyms for ribboned

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  • agree
  • attach
  • combine
  • cure
  • fix
  • heal
  • help
  • join
  • marry
  • mend
  • push
  • sew
  • unite
  • insert
  • idle
  • wait
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How to use ribboned in a sentence

The other pushed the gaily-ribboned hat to the back of his head and drew a pale lavender handkerchief across his forehead.
LEFT TACKLE THAYERRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
The suitor was a well-grown young fellow in a grey suit, with a straw hat jauntily ribboned in red and black.
THE LAST GALLEYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
In their depths was an odd effect, like metalflakes drifting through ribboned moonlight with abysses of deepest shadow beyond.
SHOCK TREATMENTSTANLEY MULLEN
She pushed her “specs” up on the ruffle of her lavender-ribboned cap, and beamed at the girls as they entered.
THE SEVEN SLEUTHS' CLUBCAROL NORTON
On one side the ledges are bare, but the opposite slopes are greener, densely wooded, and ribboned by occasional cascades.
A MIDSUMMER DRIVE THROUGH THE PYRENEESEDWIN ASA DIX
Indolence is your pleasure, your delight the luxurious dance; you wear sleeved tunics and ribboned turbans.
THE AENEID OF VIRGILVIRGIL
He pictured marriage as a perpetual afternoon tea alone with an elegant woman, amid an environment of ribboned muslin.
THE CARD, A STORY OF ADVENTURE IN THE FIVE TOWNSARNOLD BENNETT
Brightly ribboned children, black-haired, played about the benches where their mothers gossiped.
THE NEST BUILDERBEATRICE FORBES-ROBERTSON HALE
A big folding gate swings back, and two teams of gaily-ribboned mules canter in with smart teamsters running beside them.
THE HARMSWORTH MAGAZINE, V. 1, 1898-1899, NO. 2VARIOUS
She saw nothing but an answering figure ribboned and jewelled, that dashed at her and pointed its forefinger menacingly.
THE GREY WIG: STORIES AND NOVELETTESISRAEL ZANGWILL
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