Thesaurus / maimed
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He commanded a regiment in the war of 1812, and was maimed for life in the battle of Chrystler's fields.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
He who has maimed another not only undergoes in return the loss of the same limb, but his hand also is cut off.
His answer was to rise suddenly to his knees, to stoop again, and to kiss the foot he had innocently maimed.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
A perfect army of halt and maimed and lame and blind crouch by the sides of the lane and live on the charity of the passers-by.
ROUND THE WONDERFUL WORLDG. E. MITTON
The rest of the prisoners were either dead or too badly maimed to fight.
THE STATUS CIVILIZATIONROBERT SHECKLEY
On Tuesday we visited the school for maimed soldiers in Paris.
A JOURNEY THROUGH FRANCE IN WAR TIMEJOSEPH G. BUTLER, JR.
With such a marksman he would not be maimed, but killed outright.
FROM SAND HILL TO PINEBRET HARTE
None were spared; neither the sick on their beds, nor the poor in their asylums, nor the maimed that hobbled through the streets.
HISTORY OF THE RISE OF THE HUGUENOTSHENRY BAIRD
Four hours of hard fighting had been followed by the usual harvest of dead and maimed.
THE BLUE AND THE GRAYA. R. WHITE
To act otherwise would be to make the reception invalid, maimed, unlucky.
THE LUCK OF GERARD RIDGELEYBERTRAM MITFORD
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