Sentence example with the word 'lacerate'


abrade, chafe, denude, fret, impale, make mincemeat of, pierce, rasp, scotch, stick, torture

Definition adj. irregularly slashed and jagged as if torn

Last update: September 8, 2015


As he fell on the road his hands and knees got badly lacerated.   [noun]


I bequeath you my children, as if I left you a rag of my own lacerated heart.   [noun]


The ravenous animal, it is said, flew at his master as soon as he fell, and lacerated his face and throat.   [noun]


Among the Semites and Tatars worshippers lacerate themselves before the god.   [noun]


The artist's wound was frightfully wide and deep, but the blood had flowed among his thick curls, and had clotted over the lacerated veins like a thick dressing.   [noun]


She was terribly laceratedI may say, without exaggeration, literally flayed.   [noun]


They are deceived who imagine that he arises from his knees, with back lacerated and bleeding, cherishing only a spirit of meekness and forgiveness.   [noun]

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lacer - lacerate - lacerated