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Synonyms for bruise

Synonyms for bruise

to make a bruise or bruises on

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an injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration

injure the underlying soft tissue or bone of

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break up into small pieces for food preparation

damage (plant tissue) by abrasion or pressure

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It is a fac-simile drawing of what has been described in one portion of the testimony as 'dark bruises, and deep indentations of finger nails,' upon the throat of Mademoiselle L'Espanaye, and in another, (by Messrs.
A large bruise was discovered upon the pit of the stomach, produced, apparently, by the pressure of a knee.
I'm afraid I shall find the bruises still painful by-and by," he added, smiling rather sadly; "but just now I can only feel that the torture-screw is off.
Wall- flower juice is good for reviving dancers who fall to the ground in a fit, and Solomon's Seals juice is for bruises.
These were the native guides impressed into the service of Kultur and upon their poor, bruised bodies Kultur's brand was revealed in divers cruel wounds and bruises.
He had bruises on twenty parts of his body, and blood was dripping from a cut in his head.
While he lamented and bewailed his sores and bruises, and cried loudly for help, a neighbor ran to the well, and learning what had happened said: "Hark ye, old fellow, why, in striving to pry into what is in heaven, do you not manage to see what is on earth?
My wife can witness for me, I knew your ladyship the moment you came into the house: I said it was your honour, before I lifted you from your horse, and I shall carry the bruises I got in your ladyship's service to the grave; but what signified that, as long as I saved your ladyship?
There was a fumbling and a scratching of matches, and the sea-lamp flared up, dim and smoky, and in its weird light bare-legged men moved about nursing their bruises and caring for their hurts.
One woman had broken a leg, another an arm, and a number nursed milder bruises and bruises.
Bounderby, 'when I was four or five years younger than you, I had worse bruises upon me than ten oils, twenty oils, forty oils, would have rubbed off.
She had only a bruise or two about her - nothing for a tramp - but the backs of her hands were lacerated, and the question was, was it with finger-nails?
Between Thee and the Woman I will put Enmitie, and between thine and her Seed; Her Seed shall bruise thy head, thou bruise his heel.
That was worth a little bruise," said the brown bear tenderly.
An enormous bruise immediately made its appearance under the detective's silk hat, which was completely smashed in.