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A brightly coloured bracelet of woven wool, cotton, or other yarn, worn by young people as a token of friendship.
- ‘At camp she had requests from her new friends for the beautiful bracelets and she beamed as each girl accepted her friendship bracelet and gave her a hug and a big thank you.’
- ‘Alex opened the box and found a friendship bracelet, made of blue and green threads, his favorite colors.’
- ‘‘I sure hope this isn't a friendship bracelet,’ he thought to himself.’
- ‘We taught them how to make friendship bracelets.’
- ‘Then, Samantha and Krystal gave me a friendship bracelet to match their own.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.