Definitions

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  • v. Second-person singular present simple form of hurt

Etymologies

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hurt + -est

Examples

  • But if thou hurtest them, I signify ruin for thy ships, and for thy men, and even though thou shalt thyself escape.

    Essays and Miscellanies

  • But if thou hurtest them, I foreshow ruin for thy ship and for thy men, and even though thou shalt thyself escape, late shalt thou return in evil plight, with the loss of all thy company, on board the ship of strangers, and thou shalt find sorrows in thy house, even proud men that devour thy living, while they woo thy godlike wife and offer the gifts of wooing.

    Book XI

  • But if thou hurtest them, I foreshow ruin for thy ship and for thy men, and even though thou shouldest thyself escape, late shalt thou return in evil plight with the loss of all thy company.

    Book XII

  • 'Ware how thou hurtest man with hurt of hearts, ii.

    Arabian nights. English

  • 'Ware how thou hurtest man with hurt of heart; * 'Tis hard to win thee back the heart offended:

    Arabian nights. English

  • But I couldn't reconcile a child who knew words like omnivore, nutritional and antenna and then at other times would describe something as "the hurtest".

  • ‘Ware how thou hurtest man with hurt of hearts, ii.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Thou hurtest him not, and he will slay thee ere he have done with thee. "

    Men of Iron

  • But if thou hurtest them, I foreshow ruin for thy ship and for thy men, and even though thou shouldest thyself escape, late shalt thou return in evil plight with the loss of all thy company. "

    The Odyssey

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