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 ruling class became hoggishly self-indulgent: Mr Heffer lacerates Edward VII for his habit of sponging off his friends and debauching their wives.
Her throat was lacerated by the airbag inflator and a witness described her collapsing after exiting her car.
Wright argues Lyles used so much force that Xavier’s liver was lacerated in three places and his kidney was damaged.
Despite the carping of her critics, Clinton does in fact lacerate herself for losing.
The week following the Denver win, it was reported that Luck had lacerated his kidney.
The injury lacerated his spine, permanently paralyzing him.
Both papers receive lacerating criticism from the White House almost every day.
He was known for his wide-ranging intelligence, lacerating wit, loping walk, perfectly symmetrical Afro and command of the language.
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Origin and Etymology of lacerate
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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