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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."