strap[ strap ]SEE DEFINITION OF strap
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STRAP
I don't know why, unless because of his one suspender, and then it ought to be Strap.
His wrist had caught in the strap handle of the trunk, and his shoulder was dislocated.
“Sure,” he replied, dragging forth a bunch of metal discs on a strap.
Murphy fumbled with the strap, playing desperately for time.
A groove should be cut in the surface of the eccentric, so that this strap will not slip off.
But with desperate resolve he clung to his strap, and so retained his seat.
Her face was against the glass; she was struggling with the strap.
With the strap over his shoulders, he did not trouble much about the tune.
A set of plates, either positive or negative, joined to a strap.
They are to be fastened round the waist with a band, or with a strap and buckle.