Synonyms for bandage

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First, I got a bandage on my wound, to stop the bleeding, and then I had an opportunity to look about me.

Evelyn slipped the bandage, and her eyes rested on Maltravers!

Be soothed, my son; I meant not to tear the bandage from thy wounds.

She would then proceed to bandage it to the best of her ability.

Capen bent over him and gently moved the bandage on his face.

The doctor had fixed the bandage, and his voice was less stern, but no less resolute.

Indeed, if we lingered at all it was but so that Mademoiselle might bandage Michelot's wound.

Stan picked a roll of bandage out of the kit and looked at it intently.

Suddenly Stan ripped open the package and unrolled a strip of the bandage.

And now, if you do not mind taking the reins, I will bandage it up.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from Middle French bandage (16c.), from Old French bander "to bind," from bande "a strip" (see band (n.1)).

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nounsomething which encircles
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