bandaged

adjective
ban·​daged | \ˈban-dijd \

Definition of bandaged 

: wrapped or covered with a bandage a heavily bandaged leg a bandaged eye a bandaged wound

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Patients squirmed on desks and on the floor as volunteers inserted IVs and bandaged wounds. Joshua Partlow, chicagotribune.com, "Inside the church where Nicaraguan paramilitaries laid siege on university students," 14 July 2018 And then out of the darkness, broadcast live on TV, a grimy paramedic emerged with Baby Jessica in his arms, bandaged and dirty and alive. Karina Bland, azcentral, "We're looking for hope, and we see it in the faces of the rescued boys in Thailand," 9 July 2018 On his Instagram, the Buccaneers’ defensive end posted pictures of his mostly un-bandaged hand only a few hours after the accident. Chris Korman, For The Win, "Jason Pierre-Paul shares horrific raw photos to remind you to be careful with fireworks," 4 July 2018 Even Meryl Streep had it, showing off her bandaged hand in 2012. Cindy Dampier, chicagotribune.com, "Blood on the guacamole: Is avocado hand reaching epidemic proportions?," 15 June 2018 The courtyard was jammed with young men with claw-like metal braces protruding from bandaged legs. Hanah Salah, latimes.com, "Israel shoots to wound, not kill. That has led to a wave of amputations in Gaza," 8 June 2018 The two girls who survived — Marwa, 4, and her cousin Rabia, 7 — writhed in pain on their hospital beds, trying to find a comfortable way to sit or lie with their bandaged stumps. New York Times, "One Family’s Toll on a Cruel Day: 7 Children With Amputated Legs," 3 June 2018 The litany of justices going bandaged into June, traditionally the last month of the session, is anecdotal. Joan Biskupic, CNN, "As Supreme Court term nears end, a time for justices to watch their footing," 12 May 2018 An impromptu parade starts with a piper, two drummers and a young man with a blood-soaked, bandaged head holding a flag as tattered and forlorn as its carrier. Steve West, Sun-Sentinel.com, "Innocence lost, power found | Opinion," 8 May 2018

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First Known Use of bandaged

1855, in the meaning defined above

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