verb (used with object), band·aged, band·ag·ing.
verb (used without object), band·aged, band·ag·ing.
- band-tailed pigeon,
- banda aceh,
- banda sea,
- banda, hastings kamuzu,
- bandar abbas,
- bandar lampung
Origin of bandage
Examples from the Web for bandage
EBay has reported a 200 percent increase in bandage dress sales since spring of last year.Kim Kardashian Stopped Wearing Bodycon, and So Should You|Erin Cunningham|June 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Get in, put a bandage over the problem, submit your bill to the insurance company, and get out.Is Psychiatry Being Stumped By the Mental Illnesses It Has to Treat?|Matthew Tiffany|August 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He was sitting up and was placing a bandage on his bleeding leg, The third man was lying face down in the street.New Orleans Shooting: I Saw the Mother’s Day Parade Gunman|Jarratt Pytell|May 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He slid the bandage off the thumb, and I saw a clean cut at the top knuckle where the upper thumb had been removed.In His First Interview, Saif al-Islam Says He Has Not Been Given Access to a Lawyer|Fred Abrahams|December 30, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Nor is it enough to be wearing an Ace bandage that goes halfway down your left thigh.
Evelyn looked about helplessly for something with which to bandage it.The Fifth-Dimension Tube|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
He went on unwinding the bandage, but the man began to shout and struggle again.Combed Out|Fritz August Voigt
Our Red Cross Street brought in many people full of enthusiasm and energy, who might never have rolled a bandage.The Smiling Hill-Top|Julia M. Sloane
The canker-worm can be checked, by applying a bandage around the body of the tree, and every evening smearing it with fresh tar.A Treatise on Domestic Economy|Catherine Esther Beecher
Be soothed, my son; I meant not to tear the bandage from thy wounds.Calderon The Courtier|Edward Bulwer-Lytton