- v. Simple past tense and past participle of wound.
- adj. Suffering from a wound, especially one acquired in battle.
- adj. figuratively Suffering from an emotional injury.
- n. usually, with "the" People who are maimed or have wounds.
- n. people who are wounded
- adj. suffering from physical injury especially that suffered in battle
“Your pardon, sir," added Wellmere, very ungraciously proceeding to lay aside his coat, and exhibit what he called a wounded arm.”
“Robert Nichols, wounded from the shooting, suffered from emotional stress and mental anxiety.”
“Anti-IED program figures from last month show attempted IED attacks in Afghanistan dropped from their record highs in July, with the numbers of coalition forces killed and wounded from the bombs last month also falling from the previous month.”
“Springfield Illinois, where he was again wounded while on duty and lead to a series of continuing health problems.”
“Iran: Ahmadinejad and the Supreme Leader will grossly miscalculate that their nemesis Obama was badly wounded from the election results.”
“An elk is a big animal with a tough body structure, and I've seen marginal shots from guys cranking 80lbs result in wounded elk.”
“At the battle of Wilson's Creek he ran half a mile with his captain wounded on his back.”
“But here, the king, though wounded, is still at it.”
“But like a hospital, using the wound analogy, there have to be those that do plaster the gaping wound because the wounded is hemorrhaging from the gaping wound now.”
“Since Far Cry 2 utilizes a semi-recharging health system, getting behind cover even when lightly wounded is absolutely critical unless you want to burn through syrettes like a morphine addict on a week long bender.”
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