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Definition of "wounding" []

  • The act of inflicting a wound. (noun)
  • Present participle of wound. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wounding" in a sentence
  • "His wounding is only the requisite demonstration of his utter commitment to this solitary, but all-important, altruistic act."
  • "So the only way that the Commonwealth could prove the intent necessary to support the charge of malicious wounding is to prove that Gordon knew about a “plan” to beat up students, or that he jumped into the fight with the intent that the first assault be allowed to continue uninterrupted."
  • "Yakov, his son by his first marriage, despairing over his relationship with his father, attempted suicide but succeeded only in wounding himself."