- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lacerate.
“Mr. Bush "lacerates" his critics, despite the fact that they have been proven more correct than he: Even now, when a majority of Americans agree with the millions of citizens who demonstrated against the invasion of Iraq before the war, Mr. Bush refuses to communicate with, listen to, or learn from his critics.”
“She lacerates Obama, his administration and his family for failures in government spending, foreign policy, business, education, immigration, morality and faith.”
“Walters lacerates herself for three failed marriages and a wayward adopted daughter.”
“When the West lacerates and humbles itself, the mufsidun rise again.”
“Instantly, unless he is disabled by a well directed shot, he makes an onset, and, striking his antagonist with the palm of his hands, or seizing him with a grasp from which there is no escape, he dashes him upon the ground, and lacerates him with his tusks.”
“Have I no sore places in my mind which MECHI touches — which NICOLL probes — which no registered article whatever lacerates?”
“The bullet passed from right to left markedly upwards and forwards, enters the right abdominal cavity where it transfixes and mutilates the right kidney, transfixes the right lobe of the liver, transfixes diaphragm, transfixes the lower lobe of the left lung, transfixes sibson fascia on the left, lacerates the left common carotid artery and emerges through wound no.”
“Dont u know that the pain of the loss lacerates the heart and lingers for life time. history mystery”
“With the help of a thesaurus his mother had given him, Bush had erroneously written about “lacerates” running down his cheek – instead of tears.”
“And this book apparently lacerates the Bush administration on its conduct of the war but more importantly on what they are telling us about the conduct of the war.”
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