bandage


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Synonyms for bandage

Synonyms for bandage

to apply therapeutic materials to (a wound)

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With the particles of the oily and spicy viand which now remained, I thoroughly rubbed the bandage wherever I could reach it; then, raising my hand from the floor, I lay breathlessly still.
I sponged the wound, cleaned it, dressed it, and finally covered it over with cotton wadding and carbolised bandages.
Standing in the window we saw that his left hand was swathed in a bandage and that his face was very grim and pale.
She pulled off in disgust a bandage which could suggest such wild thoughts.
It would presently be his task to take the bandage from this young woman's eyes, and bid her look forth on the world.
When we went downstairs we found a mug with "A Present from Tunbridge Wells" on it lighted up in the staircase window with a floating wick, and a young woman, with a swelled face bound up in a flannel bandage blowing the fire of the drawing-room (now connected by an open door with Mrs.
But at that instant a tall Austrian general in a greatcoat, with the order of Maria Theresa on his neck and a black bandage round his head, who had evidently just arrived, entered quickly, slamming the door.
I had to tear part of my shirt into bits to obtain a bandage, but at last the job was done.
She tore the hem from her skirt, to bandage the bloody furrow that creased the man's temple.
I really don't think it is worth while your bothering about the bandage," he said.
She had been very happy before she took the bandage, but when it was in her pocket she seemed troubled, and pretty soon stopped playing, and sat down in a corner looking very sober.
On the evening when he pretended to be drugged I looked at his hand and saw a thin silk bandage covering the signs of a slight healing wound.
Godfrey felt Christian fingers unfastening his bandage, and extracting his gag.
The combatants were placed face to face, each with several members of his own corps about him to assist; two seconds, well padded, and with swords in their hands, took their stations; a student belonging to neither of the opposing corps placed himself in a good position to umpire the combat; another student stood by with a watch and a memorandum-book to keep record of the time and the number and nature of the wounds; a gray-haired surgeon was present with his lint, his bandages, and his instruments.
His head, swathed in bandages covered with blood, lay on a pillow.