Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of wounder.

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Examples

  • Shells are ugly killers and wounders; but for them there would be little of the slaughter-yard suggestion about a modern battlefield, with its improved system of well-built and cleanly kept trenches and its clean puncturing bayonet thrust or rifle bullet.

    Over the Top With the Third Australian Division

  • Ffriers, which mad belleeue he should be fauord with mirrackles and wounders; but in fyne it proued the contrari.

    Japan: an Attempt at Interpretation

  • Your continued ability to breath and your habit of hitting the keyboard with your malformed head causes me to frown, now be a good Troll and get back under your bridge. my dear chap, you smoke pipe, a true gentlemanley act, for whitch i dont condem, nor encourage. however, one wounders why u retort to scornfull remarks? smoke and mirrors one wounders?

    Army Rumour Service

  • The government should just bring in the army to break up these troublemakers, maybe a few busted heads will cool their fire for making trouble. carrying out policy at the point of a bayonet does wounders for making

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • According to the association, there are nearly 200,000 suicide survivors left from 30,000 bridge jumpers, poison ingesters, gas inhalers, and self-inflicted-head-wounders each year.

    Chicago Reader

  • Your continued ability to breath and your habit of hitting the keyboard with your malformed head causes me to frown, now be a good Troll and get back under your bridge. my dear chap, you smoke pipe, a true gentlemanley act, for whitch i dont condem, nor encourage. however, one wounders why u retort to scornfull remarks? smoke and mirrors one wounders?

    Army Rumour Service

  • The government should just bring in the army to break up these troublemakers, maybe a few busted heads will cool their fire for making trouble. carrying out policy at the point of a bayonet does wounders for making

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The government should just bring in the army to break up these troublemakers, maybe a few busted heads will cool their fire for making trouble. carrying out policy at the point of a bayonet does wounders for making

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • According to the association, there are nearly 200,000 suicide survivors left from 30,000 bridge jumpers, poison ingesters, gas inhalers, and self-inflicted-head-wounders each year.

    Chicago Reader

  • Your continued ability to breath and your habit of hitting the keyboard with your malformed head causes me to frown, now be a good Troll and get back under your bridge. my dear chap, you smoke pipe, a true gentlemanley act, for whitch i dont condem, nor encourage. however, one wounders why u retort to scornfull remarks? smoke and mirrors one wounders?

    Army Rumour Service

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