Definition of "kamarband" [kamarband]

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "kamarband" in a sentence
  • "Then from the _kamarband_, or broad cloth encircling his waist like a sash, he produced two bottles of soda-water which he opened and gave to them."
  • "The figure, perfect in its manliness, if marred by the too heavy muscular development of the throat and the slightly bowed shoulders, looked well in the jacket of Service khâki, the Bedford cords and puttees and spurred brown boots that had replaced the worn white drills, the blue shirt and shabby black kamarband and canvas shoes."
  • "In the matter of men's clothing it was gratifying to find the ugly pleated frockcoats discarded -- or, rather, never adopted -- and long picturesque shirts and ample trousers worn instead, held together by a kamarband."