wound

Part of speech: verb

To inflict a wound upon; hurt; pain.

Part of speech:

Imp. & pp. of WIND, v.

Part of speech: noun

A hurt or injury caused by violence, as a stab, etc.

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Usage examples "wound":

  1. But I saw at once when I came to him that he had only a few moments to live, He had a terrible stomach wound but was suffering no pain, I think. - "The Dark Forest", Hugh Walpole.
  2. Is the wound not covered? - "The Vigil of Venus and Other Poems by "Q"", Q (AKA: Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch).
  3. If he could bear no further part in the war- and the doctor had again seriously warned him not to take his wound too lightly- he saw no reason why he should not seek out Hazel Brandon. - "Harley Greenoak's Charge", Bertram Mitford.