Then I wrapped up the child in my medicines and again bound the mat about the bundle.
Inside were the brown leaves and roots of medicine; beneath them was the senseless bade wrapped in dead moss.
She threw wood on the fire, wrapped herself up, and said, "You would like me to read to you?
When she entered the Yew-tree Walk she could not see her husband; but the walk had bends, and she went, expecting to catch sight of his figure wrapped in a blue cloak, which, with a warm velvet cap, was his outer garment on chill days for the garden.
The old general and his young wife, whom he had left lying in piles of clothes and wrapped
in mantles and pelisses, were now on the snow, crouching before the fire.
When he looked out from his shelter in the distance, and saw that I waved my hat to him to come up, he rejoined me, and there we waited; sometimes lying on the bank wrapped
in our coats, and sometimes moving about to warm ourselves: until we saw our boat coming round.
The rest of his toilet was soon achieved, and he proudly marched out of the room, wrapped
up in his great pilot monkey jacket, and sporting his harpoon like a marshal's baton.
In the daytime, the mountains were wrapped
in smoke so dense and blinding, that the explorers, if by chance they separated, could only find each other by shouting.
The discarded clothing of the Prince he wrapped
about a huge stone torn from the disintegrating masonry of the river wall, and consigned the bundle to the voiceless river.
Cox cleared away the things, brought him his coffee, and appeared a few minutes later, her shawl wrapped
around her, ready for departure.
Far from attempting, as other people would have done, to induce me to relax my own rules, the Indian only made me another bow, and wrapped
up his box in its two coverings without a word of protest.
He was lying on the bed and wrapped
up in the blanket as before.
The first morning they set out two hours before dawn, Ona wrapped
all in blankets and tossed upon his shoulder like a sack of meal, and the little boy, bundled nearly out of sight, hanging by his coat-tails.
As my hands passed over my body they came in contact with pockets and in one of these a small parcel of matches wrapped
in oiled paper.
Indeed, as we afterwards discovered, usually they were wrapped
in this gauze-like mist, which doubtless accounted for our not having seen them more clearly before.