wound

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Synonyms for wound

Synonyms for wound

marked tissue damage, especially when produced by physical injury

to cause physical damage to

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to inflict physical or mental injury or distress on

to cause suffering or painful sorrow to

Synonyms for wound

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McLean's Mouth: An open sore, which spouts forth constant whining noises and can only be cured by inserting a sock.
During the inspection, the officers found flies in a food preparation area, raw and cooked food stored together and a chef working with an open sore on his hand.
A blistering open sore is a permanent reminder of an addiction which almost killed the mother of two young sons.
Persistent pressure on the skin cuts off circulation and eventually causes cell death, breakdown of the skin, and an open sore.
Deco refused point blank to discuss such an open sore at yesterday's press conference.
Two days later, the allegations remained an open sore.
When we became involved with Tech Labs, this matter was an open sore.
Council members are furious at the delay in getting to the bottom of the issue which has been an open sore for the association for the past six months.
Humans most often contract the disease from animal bites, but contact between saliva and a cut or open sore also can cause infection, Billimek said.
Persistent pressure on the skin reduces blood flow eventually causing cell death, breakdown of the skin, and an open sore.
If an animal scratches the skin or comes in contact with an open sore, rabies can be transmitted.
A CORNEAL ulcer is an open sore on the cornea and can result in the loss of sight if not treated quickly.
What smokes: The extensive media attention paid to Denver Nuggets guard Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf and his suspension for not standing during the national anthem (we've exposed another open sore of American culture, reminding those who have forgotten that a freedom of speech exists whether or not it's something they agree with); the portrait of skater Oksana Baiul in the April issue of Esquire (entitled "Of Ice and Men" - sizzle
Persistent pressure begins to cut off blood flow to the area, blocking oxygen and vital nutrients causing cell death, breakdown of the skin, and an open sore.
Jess also had large, open sores on the right hand side of her faces and the sores were open wounds exposing flesh.
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