Definition of 'lanyard'
Example sentences containing 'lanyard'
He eased up alongside the raft and she tossed him the lanyard first, then scrambled up over the railing.CORMORANT (2002)
With a lump in his throat and wet eyes, he dropped into his own wheelhouse and pulled his horn lanyard.LET NOT THE DEEP (2002)
He had a watch for a start, which he kept on a lanyard in his waistcoat pocket and for this he was known as Tick-Tock.THE MAIN CAGES (2002)
He snatched up his helmet, threw it on his head, and snagged his revolver by the lanyard with the return motion.ABHORSEN (2002)
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