Definitions

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  • verb To bandage again; to apply a further bandage.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ bandage

Examples

  • Take a new dressing that's been washed and boiled, rebandage the wound.

    Elephant in the City

  • He unwrapped the bandages from around Mr Smiths head, checked his stitches were healing and instructed Enrico to rebandage.

    Deadly Intent

  • He unwrapped the bandages from around Mr Smiths head, checked his stitches were healing and instructed Enrico to rebandage.

    Deadly Intent

  • He unwrapped the bandages from around Mr Smiths head, checked his stitches were healing and instructed Enrico to rebandage.

    Deadly Intent

  • But when she tried to rebandage his wounds she found that the gash in his thigh was bleeding again.

    Warlock

  • By now the horse was cool enough that he could allow it to drink, and he really needed to rebandage that wound before the blood loss became a serious impediment to his performance.

    Owlflight

  • And then old Park turned up very cheerful with a weak bayonet jab in his forearm that he wanted me to rebandage.

    Mr. Britling Sees It Through

  • As he began to wash the blood stains from her breast and carefully rebandage the wound, he was vaguely conscious of a strange, grave happiness in the thought that she might live.

    Riders of the Purple Sage

  • "I'll be back in a moment to rebandage your feet and make you comfortable for the night."

    The Flaming Jewel

  • "I'll be back in a moment to rebandage your feet and make you comfortable for the night."

    The Flaming Jewel

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