Wrap in a strip of gauze or cheesecloth and place in a steamer.
I was too busy takin' a wrap on Lucretia; she was gettin' a bit out of hand.
The wind was keen, and I had to wrap myself well in my cloak.
Will you have my cap or my scarf in which to wrap your feet and warm them?
He tried to wrap himself up and lie down as before, but could no longer do so.
In the cloak-room the latter watched her friend curiously as she arranged her wrap.
"Do you wrap this about you," I urged her, and with my own hands I assisted to enfold her in that mantle.
Then she put out her hand for her wrap, and as she paused, he spread it over her shoulders.
Wrap the skull muscles on with excelsior rolled in palms of hands.
She had thrown a wrap about her and drawn the hood over her head.