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Another word for dressing

  1. A food mixture

      1. Meat or fish chopped up and seasoned, usually for stuffing
      2. (Cooking) Meat chopped fine and highly seasoned, either served up alone, or used as a stuffing.
      1. The metal, plastic, etc. inserted by a dentist into a prepared cavity in a tooth
      2. (Dentistry) A piece of amalgam used to fill a cavity in a tooth.
      3. Something used to fill a space, cavity, or container:
      1. Food put into the cavity of a piece of meat or a vegetable that has been hollowed out.
      2. The matter used to stuff flexible hollow objects such as pillows and saddles.
      3. Any of many food items used to stuff another.
  2. A flavoring sauce

  3. An external medical application

      1. The form or document on which such a request is made.
      2. A specific use to which something is put:
      3. The capacity of being usable; relevance:
      1. A substance or material used as a warm, moist medicinal compress; a poultice.
      2. Treatment of bodily pain or injury by the application of warm, moist substances, as in a lotion or compress
      3. The therapeutic application of warmth and moisture, as to relieve pain.
      1. A pasty mixture, as of lime or gypsum, sand, and water, which hardens on drying, for coating walls, ceilings, and partitions
      2. A pastelike mixture applied to a part of the body for healing or cosmetic purposes.
      3. A mixture of lime or gypsum, sand, and water, sometimes with fiber added, that hardens to a smooth solid and is used for coating walls and ceilings.
      1. A soft moist mass of bread, meal, clay, or other adhesive substance, usually heated, spread on cloth, and applied to warm, moisten, or stimulate an aching or inflamed part of the body.
      1. A group of animals, such as dogs or wolves, that run and hunt together.
      2. A small package containing a standard number of identical or similar items:
      3. A container made to be carried on the body of a person or animal.
      1. Any device or contrivance, as a bandage twisted about a limb, for compressing a blood vessel in order to stop bleeding or to control the circulation of blood to some part
      2. Any of several similar methods of clamping components into position.
      3. A device, typically a tightly encircling bandage, used to check bleeding by temporarily stopping the flow of blood through a large artery in a limb.
      1. A thin, loosely woven surgical dressing, usually made of cotton.
      2. A thin, loosely woven cloth usually of cotton, used for dressings, bandages, and absorbent sponges.
      3. Any similar but stiff material, as of thin wire
      1. A long narrow region of land or body of water.
      2. An area of dense commercial development, often of a specified kind, along a thoroughfare
      3. A long narrow piece, usually of uniform width:
      1. A machine for compressing cotton bales
      2. A machine for compressing material.
      3. (Medicine) A soft pad of gauze or other material applied with pressure to a part of the body to control hemorrhage or to supply heat, cold, moisture, or medication to alleviate pain or reduce infection.
      1. Tape with a sticky substance on usually one side, variously used, as for holding bandages in place
      1. A copy or mold of a statue or other object, cast in plaster of Paris
      2. (Surgery) A rigid cast to hold a fractured bone in place and prevent movement, made by wrapping the limb or part with a bandage of gauze soaked in wet plaster of Paris
      1. Outward form or look; appearance:
      2. Something formed by this means or in a mold or matrix:
      3. Sort; type:
      1. A strip of material such as gauze used to protect, immobilize, compress, or support a wound or injured body part.
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  4. Fertilizer

      1. A fungal disease of plants that chiefly affects foliage.
      2. Humus or compost consisting of decomposed leaves and other organic material.
      3. A rich soil consisting largely of decayed leaves
      1. A mixture; compound
      2. A mixture of organic matter, as from leaves and manure, that has decayed or has been digested by organisms, used to improve soil structure and provide nutrients.
      1. Alternative spelling of hummus.
      2. A brown or black substance resulting from the partial decay of plant and animal matter; organic part of the soil
      3. A brown or black organic substance consisting of partially or wholly decayed vegetable or animal matter that provides nutrients for plants and increases the ability of soil to retain water.
      1. The dung of livestock or poultry.
      2. Such dung, or other organic or chemical material, used to fertilize soil.
      3. Organic substances, esp. animal excrement, put on or into the soil to fertilize it
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