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armband a cloth band worn around the upper arm as a badge of rank, membership, or the like, or as a symbol, as of mourning.
badge to mark or supply with a badge. [1/3 definitions]
blue ribbon an emblem worn as a badge of honor, as by the British knights belonging to the Order of the Garter. [1/2 definitions]
brassard a band of material worn as a badge about the upper arm; armband. [1/2 definitions]
chevron an insignia or badge of rank having stripes arranged in a V or inverted V and worn by policemen, noncommissioned officers, and the like.
cockade a rosette or knot of ribbon worn esp. on a hat as a badge of rank, office, or the like.
decoration a medal, sash, badge, or the like conferred as a mark of honor or military distinction. [1/3 definitions]
ensign a flag or other pennant, banner, or identifying badge or sign. [1/2 definitions]
insignia a badge, button, emblem, or the like that indicates membership in a certain group. [1/2 definitions]
nametag a label or badge bearing a person's name, worn in a visible place on the person's clothing for identification.
rosette any of various objects that resemble a rose by being circular and segmented, such as a badge made of gathered ribbon, an architectural ornament, or one of a leopard's spots.
scapular a badge of certain religious orders, worn under one's clothing, that consists of two small pieces of cloth on chest and back, joined by strings draped over the shoulders. [1/5 definitions]
scarlet letter formerly, a red letter "A" worn as a badge of shame by a convicted adulterer, as among U.S. Puritans.
shield a representation of this piece of armor, used as a badge, part of a coat of arms, or the like. [1/7 definitions]
Stephen Crane U.S. journalist and writer, acclaimed for his novel The Red Badge of Courage, (b.1871--d.1900).