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
My face was covered in blood, my nose and arm broken, my back had a wide gash and tire marks with micro fractures, my abdomen bruised and covered in tire marks, and my liver lacerated.
Hailey's injuries included head trauma, lacerated liver, punctured and collapsed lungs, contusions, and bruises throughout her body, police said.
At times that meant retaining Mr. St. Aubyn’s lacerating humor while changing the context.
Sanabria’s lawyer said the inmates beat him so badly that his skull was fractured, his nose broken and his face lacerated.
Compared to the rosier portrayals of the British elite in The Crown, Patrick Melrose lacerates a class of people whom centuries of self-indulgence have calcified into callousness and toxic absurdity.
For much of the show, the stage was bathed in blue light that was lacerated at times by white spotlights.
On the other side are two former permanent secretaries, Sture Allen and Horace Engdahl, who have made lacerating statements in recent days, calling the reaction to the allegations overblown and denouncing Ms. Danius as a weak leader.
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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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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