Did you by any chance mean ribband?
- n. Plural form of ribband.
“Wud yoo liek wun ob dees flowti bloons wif sparkloly ribbands.”
“She was loaded with lilac plumes, ribbands, and gauzes, and Camilla saw her bed completely covered with her new ball dress.”
“A dealer also in stockings, ribbands, snuff, and perfumes.”
“A suit of mourning has transformed my coquet into a prude, and a new set of ribbands has given her younger sister more than natural vivacity.”
“How well so ever I fancied my lectures against pride had conquered the vanity of my daughters; yet I still found them secretly attached to all their former finery: they still loved laces, ribbands, bugles and catgut; my wife herself retained a passion for her crimson paduasoy, because I formerly happened to say it became her.”
“My only dislike arose from an attachment he discovered to my daughter: he would, in a jesting manner, call her his little mistress, and when he bought each of the girls a set of ribbands, hers was the finest.”
“Sir Simon promiseth her a new paire of shoes, garters, ribbands, girdles, or what else she would request.”
“It was not splintered by the shock, but entirely reduced to thin ribbands of wood.”
“Rubenius shewed my father how well they all fitted, — in what manner they laced on, — with what points, straps, thongs, latchets, ribbands, jaggs, and ends. — — But I want to be informed about the breeches, said my father.”
“Our gunwales had been torn away, our single sail had been rent to ribbands, and borne down the stream of the wind.”
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