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swaddle in Birth topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishswaddleswad‧dle /ˈswɒdl $ ˈswɑːdl/ verb [transitive] old-fashioned  MBto wrap a baby tightly to keep it warm and protect it→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
swaddleNot surprising since the industry itself was still in swaddling clothes.It is a birth swaddled in deception, whose secret will not be shared by those most affected until decades have passed.Where once this corner of the island was swaddled in green, a lunar landscape now stands.I can only suggest, Bill, that you swaddle them both and keep them immobilised for a week.Each morning I swaddled them in cotton wool and boxes of Band-Aids.