bandaged

adjective
ban·​daged | \ ˈban-dijd How to pronounce bandaged (audio) \

Definition of bandaged

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

Examples of bandaged in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Good Trouble includes footage from the historic 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches, led by Martin Luther King Jr., that show Lewis with bandaged head wounds. Stephanie Zacharek, Time, "John Lewis: Good Trouble Is a Stirring, Joyous Documentary About a Tireless Freedom Fighter," 30 June 2020 The siblings come to believe that the bandaged woman might not actually be their mother but an impostor. Peter Libbey, New York Times, "What’s on TV Monday: ‘Big Flower Fight’ and ‘Dead Still’," 18 May 2020 The costume Whale created — a bandaged head, dark glasses, overcoat and gloves — became the default way to represent an invisible character on screen. Marc Longenecker, Time, "Beyond The Invisible Man: A Brief History of Invisibility on Screen," 4 Mar. 2020 Dowhan's left leg appears to be still heavily bandaged. Ryan Vlahovich, azcentral, "Second Phoenix officer injured in shooting that killed commander released from hospital," 5 Apr. 2020 The older man fell and started bleeding from his hand, which had already been bandaged. Bob Sandrick, cleveland, "Pupil pulls fire alarm, overturns tables; man cops a feel, then falls down outside bar: Berea Police Blotter," 21 Feb. 2020 If bitten by a Wolf Spider, the wound should not be bandaged but an ice pack should be placed on the bite to reduce swelling. Tim Macwelch, Outdoor Life, "The 10 Most Dangerous Spiders in the World," 11 Nov. 2019 Teigen then showed a framed photo of herself and Legend with bandaged-up fingers at the hospital. Marianne Garvey, CNN, "How your favorite celebrities are enjoying the 2019 holidays," 24 Dec. 2019 As the play begins, we're introduced to Carol, whose bandaged wrists provide visual evidence of her recent suicide attempt. Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter, "'Anatomy of a Suicide': Theater Review," 19 Feb. 2020

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First Known Use of bandaged

1855, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of bandaged was in 1855

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“Bandaged.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bandaged. Accessed 5 Mar. 2021.

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