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noun as in injury

verb as in cause bodily damage

verb as in cause mental hurt


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Example Sentences

At St. Barnabas Hospital, Pellerano was listed in stable condition with wounds to his chest and arm.

When the father arrived at the hospital, he was told that Andrew Dossi was in surgery, but the wounds were not life-threatening.

Dossi initially was listed in critical condition with wounds to his arm and lower back.

Tim Mathern, a longtime North Dakota state Senator came to the event thinking that it was “all about licking our wounds.”

Democratic pundits had spent hours licking their wounds vowing comeuppance.

The heat of drunkenness is the stumblingblock of the fool, lessening strength and causing wounds.

With three or four more wounds, and the words with which he aided her to die, he finished with her.

When Stanhope entered to him, he found his guest lying on a sofa, in a high state of fever, both from his wounds and agitation.

He had, however, torn the leg of one of his stockings: so he asked Amy to bind up his wounds.

The hospitals were already full of soldiers suffering as much from sunstroke as from wounds received in battle.

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On this page you'll find 100 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wounds, such as: laceration, cut, pain, shock, bruise, and damage.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.