Examples of lacerate in a Sentence
The broken glass lacerated his feet.
The patient's hand was severely lacerated.
Recent Examples of lacerate from the Web
Chiesa’s face was lacerated and Borg suffered an eye injury.
His scalp and liver were lacerated, his femur, sacrum and multiple ribs were broken.
Last year the duo revealed its adaptability on To the Animal Kingdom (Trost), a lacerating live recording from a 2016 tour with the Danish saxophonist Mette Rasmussen.
Child Safety Police allege that the day before Mary died, Sagarnaga struck the child with a bottle, leaving the baby’s lip lacerated.
The cause of death was multiple traumatic injuries, including a fractured skull, lacerated spleen and a severe brain bleed.
Or a sprinter shattering multiple bones or lacerating his or her spleen during the 100 meters.
In Alabama, the Democratic super PACs Priorities USA and the House Majority PAC eventually joined forces to create a state-specific PAC, Highway 21, which ran lacerating ads against Jones’s opponent.
These jets were driven across the kids' bodies, lacerating their flesh, tearing clothing off their backs; hitting the elm trees in nearby Kelly Ingram Park, the blasts ripped off the bark.
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Origin and Etymology of lacerate
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of lacerate
LACERATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lacerate for English Language Learners
: to cut or tear (someone's flesh) deeply or roughly
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