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  • noun Plural form of wristlet.


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  • Leather bracelets, called wristlets , can be worn above a watch for a personalized look.

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  • And if you're stuck having to carry a lot, try the new "wristlets," which are like a long zippered billfold with a short wrist strap.

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  • Her new Autumn / Winter collection has a wide variety of unique styles, such as wristlets made of jersey material & other elements.

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  • When the cold weather came on she knitted him wristlets, which he always religiously wore from the house and pocketed immediately thereafter.


  • He said the company would also offer an assortment of iPad covers and wristlets priced under $100.

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  • Getty Images Evelyn and Leonard Lauder As soon as you came up the elevators at the Waldorf-Astoria, you were greeted by ladies wearing furry pink wristlets.

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  • Spaceghost smiles, too; when he's not throwing punches or launching energy bolts from his wristlets.

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  • This would make a lovely ensemble with some pannots and knitted green wristlets.

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  • I also loved the Blue shimmer wristlets that you had knitted.

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  • In addition to handbags, the If Collection features coordinating wallets, wristlets, iPod cases, and more.

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