bandaged


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covered or wrapped with a bandage

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Shimerda came out and placed an open prayer-book against the body, making the sign of the cross on the bandaged head with her fingers.
And now his bandaged cry was, to beach him on the whale's topmost back.
Sancho did so, and, bidding them farewell, allowed his eyes to he bandaged, but immediately afterwards uncovered them again, and looking tenderly and tearfully on those in the garden, bade them help him in his present strait with plenty of Paternosters and Ave Marias, that God might provide some one to say as many for them, whenever they found themselves in a similar emergency.
Without uttering a word, they bandaged his eyes with a care that showed their apprehensions of his committing some indiscretion.
Often, the whole colony were playing at blindman's buff, magistrates and all, with their eyes bandaged, except a single scapegoat, whom the blinded sinners pursued by the tinkling of the bells at his garments.
I had thought to see a tall, meagre, yellow, conventual image in black, with a close white cap, bandaged under the chin like a nun's head-gear; whereas, there stood by me a little and roundly formed woman, who might indeed be older than I, but was still young; she could not, I thought, be more than six or seven and twenty; she was as fair as a fair Englishwoman; she had no cap; her hair was nut-brown, and she wore it in curls; pretty her features were not, nor very soft, nor very regular, but neither were they in any degree plain, and I already saw cause to deem them expressive.
His face was cut, his muslin upper-garment was badly torn, and one leg was bandaged.
We sewed up the wound in his temple, bandaged his foot, and applied a square inch of black plaster to the tip of his nose.
His face had not been covered nor his eyes bandaged.
but I have felt another man since the doctor bandaged me, and I think that your breakfast has completed the cure.
He was a private named Schwartz, since not unknown in his profession, and what he found was a bald man in uniform, but with his face so bandaged by a kind of mask made of his own military scarf that nothing but open, dead eyes could be seen, glittering stonily in the moonlight.
But how many generations of the women who had gone to her making had descended bandaged to the family vault?
I had nevertheless a fancy for seeing the stars once more and feeling the breath of heaven upon my bandaged temples, which impelled me to search for that which should add a cubit to my stature.
Soon a venerable fossil, shawled to the chin and bandaged like a mummy, appeared at the door of the after deck-house, and the next lurch of the ship shot him into my arms.
Jest a twinge," said Bert, raising his hand to his bandaged head.