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Definition of "woundy" [wound•y]

  • Very, extremely, excessively (adverb)
  • Very great, extreme, excessive (adjective)
  • Causing wounds. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "woundy" in a sentence
  • "Sir Wilfrid pined like a true servant to be in company of the good champion, alongside of whom he had shivered so many lances, and dealt such woundy blows of sword and battle-axe on the plains of"
  • "Methinks, said I, when I saw them in such a woundy pother to be gone, oddsheartlikins! this must be some London ‘prentice running away with his measter’s daughter, as sure as"
  • "He was a “woundy ugly customer in a wax, she could tell me.”"