He was sitting up and was placing a bandage on his bleeding leg, The third man was lying face down in the street.
Nor is it enough to be wearing an Ace bandage that goes halfway down your left thigh.
EBay has reported a 200 percent increase in bandage dress sales since spring of last year.
Get in, put a bandage over the problem, submit your bill to the insurance company, and get out.
She groaned, grimaced, and grabbed her left thigh, which had been wrapped, rewrapped, and re-re-wrapped in an Ace bandage.
Before him was a gentleman who sat on a bale of hay, and he seemed to have a bandage on his foot.
The initiate raised his hands slowly and untied the bandage.
He poured in the iodine, and put the bandage round in the best manner possible.
So Bovary ordered a bandage and a basin, and asked Justin to hold it.
Some form of splint and a Bier's bandage are valuable adjuncts.
bandage band·age (bān'dĭj)
A strip of material such as gauze used to protect, immobilize, compress, or support a wound or injured body part. v. band·aged, band·ag·ing, band·ag·es
To apply a bandage to.