Examples of traumatize in a Sentence
He was traumatized by the experience.
Recent Examples of traumatize from the Web
Deutsch knows what will be waiting: Frightened, traumatized animals that may be dangerous, as well as ones that can't be saved, come hand-in-hand with the successful rescue, happy-ending stories.
Massari, still traumatized by the memory of Regeni’s injuries, had become a recluse, avoiding meetings with other ambassadors.
For thousands of years, in fact, solar eclipses traumatized cultures around the world.
An entire generation traumatized by war, their country destroyed in the fighting.
Gently wash the area with soap and water being careful not to scrub too hard and traumatize the skin barrier.
He and the other volunteers are not only educators and motivators, but also healers and role models for children traumatized by their family’s radicalism and society’s reaction to it, Iskandar said.
The boy's mother testified Monday that her son had been traumatized by the incidents.
Michaels sings about personal and global tragedies, like traumatized Vietnam vets, the have and have-nots, and the sudden death of his bodyguard on Christmas Eve.
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First Known Use of traumatize
TRAUMATIZE Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of traumatize
- traumatized tissues
- children traumatized by physical abuse
traumatizationalso British traumatisation play \ˌtrȯ-mət-ə-ˈzā-shən, ˌtrau̇-\ noun
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