Meaning: an enveloping bandage
wrapping, wrap, wrapper
Meaning: the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped
Diana the faithful had a pencil and discovered a sheet of wrapping paper in the box of the buggy.
In the largest teepee sat a young mother wrapping red porcupine quills about the long fringes of a buckskin cushion.
After wrapping myself in my blankets, I still gazed into the marvelous sky and made out to sleep only about two hours.
He betrayed neither haste nor agitation; and while he was wrapping up the Bishop's candlesticks, he nibbled at a piece of black bread.
"You must be very careful in wrapping yourself as you go downstairs," said Bell, who stood by the tray on which she had brought up the toast and tea.
"All right," said Kobay; but while he was wrapping the hare up he said to himself: "This fellow wants to run away, and leave me to bear the lion's anger.
Scarce had the flier found its speed ere the man, wrapping his sleeping silks and furs about him, stretched at full length upon the narrow deck to sleep.
The deck had dried fast in the fresh sea-wind, and the Captain had just arranged Katy in her chair, and was wrapping the rug about her feet in a fatherly way, when Mrs. Barrett, all smiles, appeared from below.
After this they went forth and took all the arms of the guards and Sahim said to them, "Go to your own camp;" while he re entered Ajib's pavilion and, wrapping him in his cloak, lifted him up and made for the Moslem encampment.