hurt


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Synonyms for hurt

Synonyms for hurt

to cause physical damage to

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to have or cause a feeling of physical pain or discomfort

to cause suffering or painful sorrow to

the action or result of inflicting loss or pain

Synonyms for hurt

feelings of mental or physical pain

a damage or loss

give trouble or pain to

cause damage or affect negatively

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feel physical pain

feel pain or be in pain

suffering from physical injury especially that suffered in battle

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damaged inanimate objects or their value

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References in classic literature ?
The Shaggy Man limped as he walked, for his wound still hurt him, and Scraps was much annoyed because the quills had left a number of small holes in her patches.
In the hurt itself, which was the essence of the vigorous embrace, she had found delight; and again she knew sin, though she knew not its nature nor why it should be sin.
The only ones that will be hurt will be the topers and seasoned drinkers of a single generation.
You've hurt yourself," exclaimed Charles, jumping after her.
She's hurt infernally, all right--plague take that autymobile
It came all of a sudden when it did, with a rush of feet and a roar, and then a shout from Alan, and a sound of blows and some one crying out as if hurt.
The sword in his hands flashed like quicksilver into the huddle of our fleeing enemies; and at every flash there came the scream of a man hurt.
Four more were hurt, and of that number, one (and he not the least important) got his hurt from me.
But Billy had done the right thing--done it slowly and imperturbably and with the least hurt to everybody.
Yet she was compelled to acknowledge to herself that he hurt none of the other fellows' feelings in the way the girls hurt hers.
Don't hurt him,' said the old gentleman, compassionately.
Oh no, I won't hurt him,' replied the officer, tearing his jacket half off his back, in proof thereof.
But the first was too good a marksman to miss his aim; for as the savages kept near one another, a little behind in a line, he fired, and hit two of them directly; the foremost was killed outright, being shot in the head; the second, which was the runaway Indian, was shot through the body, and fell, but was not quite dead; and the third had a little scratch in the shoulder, perhaps by the same ball that went through the body of the second; and being dreadfully frightened, though not so much hurt, sat down upon the ground, screaming and yelling in a hideous manner.
Our two men, as they confessed to me, were grieved to be obliged to kill so many poor creatures, who had no notion of their danger; yet, having them all thus in their power, and the first having loaded his piece again, resolved to let fly both together among them; and singling out, by agreement, which to aim at, they shot together, and killed, or very much wounded, four of them; the fifth, frightened even to death, though not hurt, fell with the rest; so that our men, seeing them all fall together, thought they had killed them all.
You know if we've got anything about us that hurts we shrink from anyone's touch on or near it.