Definition of Alice band in English:

Alice band

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Pronunciation: /ˈalɪsband
 
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noun

A flexible band worn by women and girls to hold back the hair.
More example sentences
  • Styling reinforced this look, with hair in high pony-tails or Alice bands and sunglasses.
  • Then we will hear the shrieks as Alice bands are wrenched from the hair of a thousand girls.
  • And he scraped his hair off his face with the help of an Alice band.

Origin

Alice, from the name of the heroine of two books by Lewis Carroll.

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