Another word for band
A beltlike strip
ribbon, belt, line, strip, tape, fillet, sash, twine, twist, riband, cingle, surcingle, girth, cincture, cinch, scarf, bandage, circuit, meridian, latitude, circle, ring, orbit, stripe, girdle, zodiac, zonule, circumference, border, cordon, zone, streak, thong, wristband, braid, ferrule, brace, strap, binding, hoop, waistband, cummerbund, obi, baldric, collar, hatband, headband; see also stripe.
That which binds
bond, tie, ligature, binding, binder, hoop, stay, truss, belt, shackle, cord, tendon, harness, cable, rope, link, chain, line, hawser, string, guy wire, guy, painter, strap, trace, thong, withe; see also sense 1, dressing 3, rope, wire 1.
A company of people
A group of musicians
Kinds of bands include: military, brass, street, skiffle, concert, parade, jazz, rock, electric, stage, dance, German, Dixieland, jug, swing*, sweet*. See syn. study at troop.troop.
Another word for bandnoun
A number of individuals making up or considered a unit:array, batch, bevy, body, bunch, bundle, clump, cluster, clutch2, collection, group, knot, lot, party, set2. See group
A group of people acting together in a shared activity:company, corps, party, troop, troupe. See performing arts
An organized group of criminals, hoodlums, or wrongdoers:gang, pack, ring1. (Informal) mob. See group
A long narrow piece, as of material:bandeau, fillet, strip2, stripe. See matter
A closed plane curve everywhere equidistant from a fixed point or something shaped like this:circle, circuit, disk, gyre, ring1, wheel. (Archaic) orb. See geometry