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
The starry cast, which includes Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill and James Franco playing lacerating versions of themselves, bumbles about in an effort to save humanity, food supplies, and the most important natural resource of all: friendship.
The album, a self-lacerating work that also takes aim at President Trump, is Eminem’s eighth in a row to debut at No. 1, a Billboard record.
What is the record going to be for somebody who gets their heart lacerated?
The boy’s injuries included a broken rib and lacerated liver.
Last season, quarterback Alex Smith was hit in the head and lacerated his ear in an Oct. 30 game yet returned to play after being evaluated for a concussion, only to be later removed and diagnosed with a concussion following another hit.
The bullet went through breast tissue, shattered a rib, lacerated her liver and then exited her body, the lawsuit says.
The woman’s stomach had been lacerated and many of her internal organs removed, police said.
The week following the Denver win, it was reported that Luck had lacerated his kidney.
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Origin and Etymology of lacerate
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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