sprain[ spreyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF sprain
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SPRAIN
I cried, as I pressed her to my breast, "it is nothing; only a sprain."
The injury to Justin's hand proved to be one of strain and sprain.
If I trained for a race, I was sure to sprain my ankle on the day when I was to run.
They watched him with some curiosity as he treated the sprain and studied the pulse.
It couldn't even have been a sprain, judging by the way he was standing there.
The ankle is treated as advised for sprain of that joint (p. 68).
This fracture might be taken for a dislocation or sprain of the ankle.
It happened that, some time after the curing of Darius's sprain, Atossa herself was sick.
A man may sprain his ankle, and certainly will knock his head.
It was in trying to recover himself when he fell that he got the sprain.