We, who needed her to help us with our saris, the six yards of unruly fabric that we would try and wrap around us.
The three ladies rustled away, but Miss Keene, throwing a wrap around her shoulders, lingered by the railing.
Lennon brought the wide cinch to wrap around Carmena's waist.
She insisted I should use a rug to wrap around my legs, because that woman in the cap persisted in leaving the window open.
Now if I just had a strip of flannel to wrap around his chest!
Only the janitor finally took pity and brought a wet towel to wrap around the injured hand.
It is just the thing to wrap around us when we lie down to sleep.
If bread is baked too hard, wring a towel in cold water and wrap around it while it is yet hot.
He carries but one blanket but does not use it to wrap around his body.
There was another thick blanket to wrap around each person, and still another to put over him, or her, as the case might be.
(Or "wraparound", "wrap") The action of a counter that starts again at zero or at "minus infinity" (see infinity) after its maximum value has been reached, and continues incrementing, either because it is programmed to do so or because of an overflow (as when a car's odometer starts again at 0).