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drawstring

Line breaks: draw|string
Pronunciation: /ˈdrɔːstrɪŋ
 
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Definition of drawstring in English:

noun

A string in the seam of the material of a garment or a bag, which can be pulled to tighten or close it: a suede money bag with a drawstring [as modifier]: cotton boxer shorts with an elasticated drawstring waist
More example sentences
  • You roll off the bed and into the Security Bag, pulling the drawstring closed.
  • Another great sleeveless T-shirt style features a drawstring at the neckline.
  • If you want trendier track pants, look for drawstrings in the waistband and/or around your ankles.

Words that rhyme with drawstring

goalscoring

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