Definition of Bruise. Meaning of Bruise. Synonyms of Bruise

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Definition of Bruise

Bruise Bruise, v. i. To fight with the fists; to box. Bruising was considered a fine, manly, old English custom. --Thackeray.
Bruise Bruise, n. An injury to the flesh of animals, or to plants, fruit, etc., with a blunt or heavy instrument, or by collision with some other body; a contusion; as, a bruise on the head; bruises on fruit. From the sole of the foot even unto the head there is no soundness in it; but wounds, and bruises. --Isa. i. 6.

Meaning of Bruise from wikipedia

- other uses, see bruise (disambiguation). 'black and blue' redirects here. for other uses, see black and blue (disambiguation). a bruise (layman's term)
- 'your bruise' is a split single by the indie rock bands death cab for cutie and the revolutionary hydra. it was released in the 7' format on elsinor records
- deck the halls, bruise your hand is the first christmas album released by christian rock band relient k. it was released in many stores as a combo pack
- bruise brothers may refer to: bruise brothers (san antonio spurs), a group of six big men who pla**** for the san antonio spurs in the early 1980s bruise
- 'bruise pristine' was the first single by alternative rock band placebo, released as a split single with soup on fierce panda records in october, 1995
- 'stone bruise' redirects here. for the hoof injury, see stone bruise (horse). metatarsalgia, literally metatarsal pain and colloquially known as a stone
- bruise is the seventh album by the american electronic act ****emblage 23. it was released on june 12, 2012 on metropolis records and accession records
- (disambiguation). a hickey, kiss mark, love bite, or bug bite is a bruise or bruise-like mark caused by the kissing or suckling of the skin, usually on