unbandage

verb
un·​ban·​dage | \ ˌən-ˈban-dij \
unbandaged; unbandaging

Definition of unbandage

transitive verb

: to remove a bandage from

First Known Use of unbandage

1835, in the meaning defined above

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unbandage

transitive verb
un·​ban·​dage | \ -ˈban-dij \
unbandaged; unbandaging

Medical Definition of unbandage

: to remove a bandage from

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