Thesaurus / mangled

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The incident — which officials described as an “intentional act” and “deliberate bomb” — left dozens of buildings mangled and sent three people to the hospital with what police said were noncritical injuries.
NASHVILLE POLICE CHIEF SAYS ANTHONY Q. WARNER IS A PERSON OF INTEREST IN THE CHRISTMAS MORNING EXPLOSIONDEREK HAWKINS, MICHAEL KRANISH, SIMONE SEBASTIAN, MERYL KORNFIELDDECEMBER 27, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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Thousands fell on both sides in every mangled form of death.
THE EMPIRE OF RUSSIAJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
Our feelings may be imagined, at seeing the mangled bodies of people of our own race in these remote and unpeopled prairies.
Here the mangled remains lay till the tide coming in carried them off to sea.
IN THE EASTERN SEASW.H.G. KINGSTON
"I thought sure we'd get a lift," he railed, tossing aside a mangled cigar.
THE BLOOD RED DAWNCHARLES CALDWELL DOBIE
The blacksmith killed two Sioux, and the enemies cut off one leg and one arm, scalped him, and left the mangled body behind them.
The face of the dead man was cut and mangled with many wounds.
Why, they're no better than mangled rabbits—I didn't know it was like this.
THE BATTLE GROUNDELLEN GLASGOW
But swifter still the stroke of the armed paw that dashes the horror aside, flinging it mangled in the dust.

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