1 The new silence of his wound made much worriment.
2 It had come to pass that his wound pained him but little.
3 He helped a cursing comrade to bind up a wound of the shin.
4 He wished that he, too, had a wound, a red badge of courage.
5 One of the prisoners was nursing a superficial wound in the foot.
6 His hands were bloody from where he had pressed them upon his wound.
7 Once he put his hand to the top of his head and timidly touched the wound.
8 He began to tinker at the wound in rather a clumsy way until the youth exploded.
9 He rubbed his eyes, and then putting up his hand felt carefully the bandage over his wound.
10 It was very gloomy struggling against such affairs, wound up perhaps to fight until sundown.
11 The awkward bandage was still about his head, and upon it, over his wound, there was a spot of dry blood.
12 There were some who proceeded sullenly, full of anger at their wounds, and ready to turn upon anything as an obscure cause.
13 He drew back his lips and whistled through his teeth when his fingers came in contact with the splashed blood and the rare wound.
14 On an incline over which a road wound he saw wild and desperate rushes of men perpetually backward and forward in riotous surges.
15 The captain of the company, tucking his sword under his arm, produced a handkerchief and began to bind with it the lieutenant's wound.
16 The youth saw with surprise that the soldier had two wounds, one in the head, bound with a blood-soaked rag, and the other in the arm, making that member dangle like a broken bough.
17 There loomed the dogging memory of the tattered soldier--he who, gored by bullets and faint of blood, had fretted concerning an imagined wound in another; he who had loaned his last of strength and intellect for the tall soldier; he who, blind with weariness and pain, had been deserted in the field.
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