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In fact, a deep, wide stain showed crimson upon the bandages in which he had swathed his hand.
Lawrence would not have known him with his head all swathed up, if he had not been pointed out to him.
The tall but not very clerical figure was wrapped in a shawl and swathed round the throat with many turns of a woolen tippet.
I dont believe he is a man at all, but just a globular mass of conceit and unpublished matter, swathed in a college gown.
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They are veiled and swathed in wraps, and seem to spend their time gossiping or asleep in the innermost recesses of the cabin.
The body was also swathed in cotton or a doublet of leather, over which iron armour was worn.
The silence of night lay on the valley, over the dense forest across the river, upon the fir-swathed southern slope.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Kathlyn felt herself dragged from the elephant, bound and finally laid beside the swathed figure.
The widow, having drunk from a cup which contained opium, climbed to the top of the pyre where her husband lay, swathed in white.
She was swathed in blankets and was huddled in a big chair; her face was wan and her eyes showed her weariness.

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