maimed[ meym ]SEE DEFINITION OF maimed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAIMED
If I've maimed this poor devil and there are consequences, I'll stand 'em.
There was a struggle in her maimed arm as she twisted it away, but there was none in her face.
You can lie here––here––maimed, already starving––and can plan like that?
On Tuesday we visited the school for maimed soldiers in Paris.
As it is, both of them are maimed and imperfect on different sides.
And if meanwhile he should get maimed like me—what then, Nina?
Thieves caught in the act were maimed and allowed to go their way.
His reading had not told him that no maimed persons could be offered to the goddess of the Thugs.
To those admitted, the only exhibition was of the wounded, the maimed, the dying.
I heard that he had met with an accident; they said that he was maimed for life.