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  • verb Present participle of rebandage.

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Examples

  • More comfortable now with some experience under her belt, she quickly dealt with the cleansing and rebandaging of the second wound.

    Tanner Ties

  • Maya took great care in rebandaging the man, then allowed him to see the bottle placed just out of his reach.

    The Serpent's Shadow

  • A healer was already at work rebandaging her hand when Jani returned with morning bread, soup and coffee for both of them.

    Ship Of Destiny

  • He patted her shoulder gently and walked to the other end of the ward where Nurse Magnusson was rebandaging a seaman's arm.

    San Andreas

  • After lightly rebandaging her hands, she tied back her hair.

    In the Hand of the Goddess

  • After lightly rebandaging her hands, she tied back her hair.

    In the Hand of the Goddess

  • After lightly rebandaging her hands, she tied back her hair.

    In the Hand of the Goddess

  • After lightly rebandaging her hands, she tied back her hair.

    In the Hand of the Goddess

  • After lightly rebandaging her hands, she tied back her hair.

    In the Hand of the Goddess

  • For all the pain she had suffered, the curtailment of movement, the daily agony of dressing and cleansing and rebandaging, no doubt she looked with scorn on those girls who ran across the bridge on large whole healthy feet, and with a sniff of snobbish contempt shuffled the more proudly on her own tiny pointed deformities.

    The Speaker Of Mandarin

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