laceration

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An irregular open wound caused by a blunt impact to soft tissue

The doctor sewed up the laceration in his arm.

{n} the act of tearing
A breach or wound made by lacerating
a cut, tear, or ragged opening in the skin caused by an injury or trauma
the act of lacerating
a jagged-edged cut
a torn ragged wound
A cut that may be deep or superficial, and may need stitching
—A torn or ragged wound
Lacerations are deep cuts on your skin. He had lacerations on his back and thighs. a cut in your skin laceration to
{i} tear, rough and jagged wound; act of roughly cutting or tearing
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To tear, rip or wound
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to tear rudely or raggedly
lacerate
{v} to tear in pieces, rend, destroy
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{a} formed with irregular segments as if torn
a laceration
tearing
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to tear or cut roughly
lacerate
cut or tear irregularly deeply hurt the feelings of; distress; "his lacerating remarks"
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An irregular edge as if cut or torn
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irregularly slashed and jagged as if torn; "lacerate leaves"
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Jagged, or slashed irregularly, at the end, or along the edge
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Appearing torn on the margin; irregularly cleft
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cut or tear irregularly
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{f} tear, mangle, rip; injure, hurt (emotionally or physically)
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To tear; to rend; to separate by tearing; to mangle; as, to lacerate the flesh
lacerate
{s} torn, ripped, mangled; injured, damaged; jagged
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(of leaves) Irregularly cut
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having edges that are jagged from injury irregularly slashed and jagged as if torn; "lacerate leaves
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If something lacerates your skin, it cuts it badly and deeply. Its claws lacerated his thighs. + lacerated lac·er·ated She was suffering from a badly lacerated hand
lacerate
cut or tear irregularly deeply hurt the feelings of; distress; "his lacerating remarks" having edges that are jagged from injury irregularly slashed and jagged as if torn; "lacerate leaves
lacerate
irregularly cut margins (Eggli)
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having edges that are jagged from injury
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a (L lacer, mangled, lacerated) said of a margin torn irregularly
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Hence: To afflict; to torture; as, to lacerate the heart
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Rent; torn; mangled; as, a lacerated wound
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deeply hurt the feelings of; distress; "his lacerating remarks"
lacerations
plural of laceration
laceration
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