- n a piece of soft material that covers and protects an injured part of the body
- v wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose
- v dress by covering or binding
The nurse bandaged a sprained ankle
bandage an incision
- Health workers unwrap the bandage from the day before, tug the worm a few millimeters, and then apply a new bandage.
- And she recently gave the famously well-dressed Carla Bruni a run for her money, when she received the French first lady in a plum Felipe Varela bandage-dress whose horizontal .
- Called "Bio-Band," the bandage has been approved by the Food Drug Administration for over-the-counter sale, is the first bandage treated with wonder drugs available without a .
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- Good Gawd: Jurnee Smollett-Bell Turns Up The Heat At ‘True Blood’ Premiere
As the new cast member on HBO's "True Blood," Jurnee Smollett-Bell made sure to make an entrance at the sixth season premiere event on Tuesday. She looked confident because she stole all the attention in her Hervé Léger bandage dress with Sam Edelman pumps. ... More »
June 14, 2013 - The Atlanta Post
- Finding Faces: Safety first
Clearly, firefighting is dangerous. Sometimes the rescuers need rescued. Sometimes you're left with a child's bandage on your face. It happens. It's embarrassing. It's really embarrassing when the photo resurfaces after years of being lost in a box.
June 13, 2013 - Newark Advocate
- County looks to 'bandage' budget
NEWPORT-Faced soon with preparing a 2013-14 budget, members of the Cocke County Legislative Body's Finance Committee are also trying to bandage the current fiscal year budget with last minute transfers and amendments.
June 11, 2013 - The Newport Plain Talk
- Roger Ebert in Reuters Canada
When I turn up in Urbana, I will be wearing a gauze bandage around my neck, and my mouth will be seen to droop. So it goes,Ebert wrote.
- Juan Carlos Ferrero in 940 News
I pulled out of Barcelona last week with a groin problem and I felt it again yesterday against Nicolas Kiefer,Ferrero said. "Today, they put a bandage and I could move well."
- Kate Hudson in National Ledger
She told Entertainment Tonight: "The bandage is an interesting subject because it's more of like a cool thing. He's not hurt. It's more like a prop for storytelling. He likes to make up really elaborate stories about how he hurt himself, which he...