This she strapped down so tightly that, for the time at least, the bleeding was staunched.
A bullet has entered his forehead, but the blood is staunched by the dust of the road.
I have staunched and bandaged the wound, and you will be better soon.
He eased his pain, staunched the black blood from the wound, and gave him new strength.
Then Joseph bled at the nose, so that he might not by no means be staunched.
It had staunched the life-blood of its wearer upon the 13th.
The leak was staunched, but nothing could be more precarious.
When he had staunched the blood, Mrs. Dodd sank half fainting in her chair.
Then Joseph bled sore at the nose, so that he might not by no mean be staunched.
That was staunched, but all her frame was wrenched and she never did well thereafter.