banding

All Noun Verb
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  • However, the first order had black banding around the windows while the second order did not.
  • We are banding together without any instruction from you or any aid society. Cited from A Woman's Life-Work, by Laura S. Haviland
  • The eye became increasingly distinct while banding features became very well organized.
  • The villages below the fall line survived by banding together for common defense.
  • He revolted against the idea of a whole house banding together against one of its members. Cited from The White Feather,byP. G. Wodehouse
  • Then there was really some sense in banding people together -- yes, and as many as possible. Cited from Pelle the Conqueror, by Martin Anderson Nexo
  • Mature leaves are dark green with light gray-green cross-banding and usually range between long and wide.
  • They resolved many if their economic and political problems by banding together into various agricultural organizations and political parties.
  • The overall circulation increased in size as banding features became more well-defined.
  • As well as banding together to form groups, players can also band together to form a guild.
  • Jack spent his junior high and high school years banding birds and recording the habits of birds.
  • By mid-morning, a rough banding eye had formed, and by the next morning a full eye developed.
  • The members don't like each other, but are soon banding together for survival.
  • Later that day, the tropical storm began developing a banding eye feature.
  • All these bands compete at the highest level in the banding movement.
  • Not long after moving over water, convective banding features formed around a developing area of low pressure.
  • Several hours after being designated, the system began to develop convective banding features.
  • His work is best known and recognized for its striking use of circles and banding.
  • It already began to show a defined organization with some convective banding that same day.
  • Non-ringing/banding scientists can also obtain data for use in bird-related research.
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Root form of banding is band for the verb.

Words starting with banding

Meaning of banding

  • noun A stripe or stripes of contrasting color
    chromosomes exhibit characteristic bands, the black and yellow banding of bees and wasps
  • noun An adornment consisting of a strip of a contrasting color or material
  • verb Bind or tie together, as with a band