The horses' feet slip, and there is great risk of their spraining or breaking a limb.
They rolled when Sir Evelyn trod on them and he ran some risk of spraining his ankles.
But in running the American fell, spraining his ankle badly.
I never thought of such a convenient excuse as spraining my ankle.
We know about where the trail is, and I was running great risk of spraining my ankle again.
It slammed into the thrower's companion, spraining three fingers as it knocked his revolver to the floor.
At one point they had to do some hard climbing, and once the shipowner's son slipped and came close to spraining an ankle.
And I had to play at spraining my ankle in order to escape being one of the eight.
As Bill Nye phrased it, we are in danger of "spraining our thinkers" by grappling with things that are beyond our grasp.
If you wished to send him of a message, you 'd surely not set out by spraining his ankle?