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airstrip a landing strip or cleared area where aircraft land or take off; runway. An airstrip usually is not paved and does not have the workers or equipment of an airport.
band2 a thin strip of material that holds several objects together. [4 definitions]
bandage a strip of cloth used to protect or cover a wound or other injury. [1/2 definitions]
Band-Aid (Trademark) A Band-Aid brand bandage is a strip of tape that holds a gauze pad. It is used to cover small wounds. [1/3 definitions]
belt a strip of cloth, leather, or other material worn around the waist. [1/3 definitions]
blindfold to cover the eyes with a strip of cloth or bandage. [1/2 definitions]
bookmark a strip of leather, ribbon, or paper placed between pages to mark a place in a book.
border the strip around the edge of something. A border is used as a decoration on fabric or crafts. [2/5 definitions]
bow2 a weapon used for shooting arrows. A bow is made of a curved strip of wood or other material with a cord stretched tight between the two ends. [1/4 definitions]
cartoon a drawing or series of drawings that make people laugh or think; comic strip. Cartoons often have words to show what a character is thinking or saying or to help explain what is happening. [1/2 definitions]
film a thin strip of material covered with a substance that changes in the light. Film is used to make photographs and movies. [1/5 definitions]
fly1 a strip of material along the edge of a piece of clothing that hides buttons or a zipper. Flies are usually found on the front of pants. [1/9 definitions]
hull1 to strip or break the outer layers from vegetables or seeds. [1/3 definitions]
husk to strip the husk from. [1/2 definitions]
isthmus a narrow strip of land that joins two larger pieces of land. An isthmus has water on its long sides.
lath a thin, narrow wooden strip usu. used to support plaster or roofing, or such strips collectively. [1/2 definitions]
litmus paper a small strip of treated paper used in chemistry. Litmus paper turns red in an acid and blue in a base.
match1 a thin strip of wood or cardboard with a material on the end that burns when it is struck against something.
median a strip of land that divides two lanes of traffic going in opposite directions on a highway. [1/2 definitions]
midway the area or strip where food stands, shows, and games are found at fairs, circuses, and carnivals [1/2 definitions]
molding a strip of wood, stone, or other material used to frame or finish a door, window or wall. Moldings are often used for decoration in a home. [1/2 definitions]