from The Century Dictionary.
- In heraldry, same as
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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In particular, the writer was criticizing people for writing "hurted" instead of the plain "hurt" for the past tense and past participle.
I wonder whether you can tell me a bit about "hurted".
FOR EXAMPLE; you kind of hurted your ankle, but still walkable. but you simply needs to put more weight on your other ankle because it'll lessen the pain for the injured ankle.
"It kind of hurted, like a little needle that just stabbed into me.
Are your feelings getting hurted because we are being mean to your Gawd boy George, the absolute worst president ever?
April 5, 2010 at 5:41 am oar the man hoo asked teh dokturr why hims aye hurted ebree tiem hee drank tee… the dokturr sudjiested that hee tukked out teh teespun befoare drinking…
Itz yoozd bai hyoomins tu warn agenst stikkin ur noaz in obber peeplz bizness, or puttin urseff in obber danjeruss sityooayzhunz dat can gets u hurted or killd.
Sumthymes -if nowun is hurted, awf course- is gud to noe that nature still wins obur hoomins.
Ms. MARTIN: It's just devastated me to see all of this here, because I had not been back there to see what it looked like or anything, and to see the grass and my brand new door that I had just put up is - it just hurted (ph) me a little bit.
Ai wud shayk my thang, but Ai duzzint wawnt nobodies tu get hurted.