from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A band of material worn round the wrist for warmth or support.
- n. A bracelet.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a band which encircles the wearer's wrist, especially a closely knitted one to keep it warm
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An elastic band worn around the wrist, as for the purpose of securing the upper part of a glove.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A band worn around the wrist: applied to various useful or ornamental objects of the sort.
- n. A handcuff.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a band or bracelet worn around the wrist
A wristlet is a small purse like wallet that a woman carrys aornd her wrist.
When the wedding procession is about to start, after the bridegroom has been bathed and before he puts on the _kankan_ or iron wristlet which is to protect him from evil spirits, he is seated on a stool while all the male members of the household come up with their _choti_ or scalp-lock untied and rub it against that of the bridegroom.
Is the breifcase necessary or is a wristlet too informal?
You could also consider carrying a wristlet—which is basically a thicker billfold on a strap.
They too have been gracious enough to give me 3 Roots Genuine Leather Pouches, which can be used as a makeup bag or a wristlet, valued at $48 each.
From notebook sleeves to totes and wristlet bags, Joy Fabiano offers a variety of products priced from $30-$80.
Maddie has two Betsey Johnson clutches, Isabella has a new Coach wristlet, and Hannah has three Marc Jacobs, three, I saw them in her closet.
She wore a black silk dress, silver pumps and jewelry and carried a small silver wristlet.
Not an arm warmer, nor a wristlet, so this is even less substantial than something that has no purpose.
She is right its not an arm warmer or a wristlet its an Elbowlet