drawstring

All Noun Verb
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  • Running another strip through these holes gave him a large bag with a drawstring. Cited from Tarzan the Untamed, Edgar R. Burroughs
  • Typically, the drawstring is loose when not being used, and tightened when needed during use.
  • This operation is similar to a traditional style purse, which has a drawstring.
  • Put a drawstring in the edge of the cloth around the open side and the bag is complete ready for use. Cited from The Boy Mechanic: Volume 1, by Popular Mechanics
  • Most have pockets and many have a drawstring to prevent them coming down when tackled.
  • The mouth of this cover is closed with a drawstring. Cited from Hunting with the Bow and Arrow, by Saxton Pope
  • Why, even his lips are always shut with a drawstring -- from the looks -- to keep any words but what are actually necessary from coming out. Cited from The Range Dwellers, by B. M. Bower
  • The fitted sheet may also be secured using a drawstring instead of elastic.
  • This serves as another reminder that when one is untying the drawstring one is given time to think about what one is about to do.
  • The normal design is that the top is closed with a drawstring like a leather strap.
  • The bag in question was a large, plain affair of dark green cloth, with a black ribbon drawstring. Cited from Patty in Paris, by Carolyn Wells
  • Another design feature is a drawstring, equipped with a cord lock, at the head end to help prevent the escape of warm air.
  • When not in use, the drawstring could be closed, completely covering the arrows so as to protect them from rain and dirt.
  • Typical models have a drawstring that hangs down to allow the ladder to be extended.
  • The game is sold with an orange drawstring bag for storage.
  • Additionally, it has a drawstring at the ankles so the pant legs do not ride up as well.
  • He usually wore a plaid shirt with drawstring pants that were high fashion at the time.
  • Early releases came packaged in a library-style, printed drawstring bag.
  • They're wearing skirts with a drawstring in the back, and a label in the band, guaranteed to last one year. Cited from Personality Plus, by Edna Ferber
  • They were made of nylon, had a drawstring waistband, and often came in bright colours.
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Words starting with drawstring

Meaning of drawstring

  • noun A tie consisting of a cord that goes through a seam around an opening
    he pulled the drawstring and closed the bag