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noun as in long piece of material

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Marr advises that wearers should throw their mask out if they see any damage to the material, or if the straps begin to weaken.

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Don’t take the easy road and twist the ear loops to make the straps shorter, since this will pinch the top and bottom corners of each side together and make the side-gap even larger.

You can also tuck away the chin strap inside the hat, allowing for an easy transition from the lineup to land.

The nylon strap with two sliding toggles on these keeps them secure without any noticeable points of contact, so the Leggero remains surprisingly comfortable, even after a long day of use.

It weighs a hair over a pound and features an adjustable head strap.

Employees strap a device to their heads and power a helicopter drone with their minds.

Once he hits eight, we can head on over to Bullets & Burgers, and who knows, maybe they'll let him strap on a bazooka.

Strap-ons, T-injections, and lesbian sex parties—young male adventures have come a long way from Huckleberry Finn.

So, they randomly select a poor villager and strap a bucket of rats against his chest.

Someone needs to strap a jet pack on Dr. Drew and send him up to unpack these daddy issues, ASAP.

A leather cased camera was suspended from his bull neck by means of a strap.

He ran from the stamping mill, his camera bobbing from the strap around his neck and his tripod dragging behind him.

M is a motor adapted for plucking open the pallet P through the medium of strap s.

Even old Mrs. Stott had to kill her own poultry for the market though she'd strap him well for refusing.

It was probably 'the metal chape or tag fixed to the end of a girdle or strap,' viz.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to strap, such as: belt, harness, leash, band, strop, and switch.

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