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synonyms for injured

  • damaged
  • wounded
  • hurt
  • spoiled
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During the same period, 1,635 people were injured and six died in crashes involving bicycles.
D.C. COUNCIL WEIGHS MAKING IT EASIER FOR E-SCOOTER RIDERS TO COLLECT DAMAGES AFTER CRASHESLUZ LAZONOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
He could have flocked to the tree to hide in a cavity because he was injured and got trapped later, she said.
A TINY OWL WAS SAVED AFTER GETTING STUCK IN THE ROCKEFELLER CENTER TREE: ‘IT’S THE CHRISTMAS MIRACLE OF 2020’ANDREA SALCEDONOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Three other teens interviewed by ProPublica said they’d been injured at work.
INSIDE THE LIVES OF IMMIGRANT TEENS WORKING DANGEROUS NIGHT SHIFTS IN SUBURBAN FACTORIESBY MELISSA SANCHEZNOVEMBER 19, 2020PROPUBLICA
According to multiple reports, Thompson injured his right leg during a workout Wednesday.
ON QUIET NIGHT FOR NBA DRAFT LOTTERY SELECTIONS, ANTHONY EDWARDS GOES NO. 1 TO TIMBERWOLVESBEN GOLLIVER, DES BIELERNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It put a lot of stress on my body and that showed the next year, when I got injured constantly.
17-YEAR-OLD TIERNEY WOLFGRAM'S METEORIC RISEMARTIN FRITZ HUBERNOVEMBER 11, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
The Panthers activated him Saturday from their injured reserve list.
STEELERS STAY UNBEATEN, CHARGERS DROP ANOTHER HEARTBREAKER IN NFL WEEK 9CINDY BOREN, MARK MASKE, DES BIELERNOVEMBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Making his first career start in place of the injured Landon Collins, Curl was beaten a couple of times in the first half, including once for a touchdown by Evan Engram, but finished the day as Washington’s leading tackler.
FOUR TAKEAWAYS FROM WASHINGTON’S 23-20 LOSS TO THE GIANTSSCOTT ALLENNOVEMBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In December, six highway construction workers were struck and injured when a man in an SUV crashed into a work zone also on I-66 in Arlington.
AUTHORITIES LOOKING FOR WOMAN WHO FLED SCENE AFTER HER CAR HIT A VIRGINIA STATE POLICE VEHICLE ON I-66LUZ LAZONOVEMBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
They even did so almost entirely without the services of starting quarterback Nick Starkel, who was injured on the fourth play of San Jose State’s first drive.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL WINNERS AND LOSERS FOR WEEK 10: FLORIDA IS FUN AGAIN AND GEORGIA IS DONEPATRICK STEVENSNOVEMBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The hazards of the sport are different now—more than just injured limbs and bruised egos, our very health is on the line.
BUILDING STOKE FOR A WINTER UNLIKE ANY OTHERHEATHER HANSMANOCTOBER 26, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
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WORDS RELATED TO INJURED

  • afflicted
  • altered
  • changed
  • compassionate
  • concerned
  • damaged
  • distressed
  • excited
  • grieved
  • impaired
  • impressed
  • influenced
  • injured
  • overwhelmed
  • overwrought
  • sorry
  • stimulated
  • stirred
  • sympathetic
  • tender
  • touched
  • troubled
  • upset
  • burst
  • busted
  • collapsed
  • cracked
  • crippled
  • crumbled
  • crushed
  • damaged
  • defective
  • demolished
  • disintegrated
  • dismembered
  • fractured
  • fragmentary
  • fragmented
  • hurt
  • in pieces
  • injured
  • mangled
  • mutilated
  • rent
  • riven
  • separated
  • severed
  • shattered
  • shredded
  • slivered
  • smashed
  • split
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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