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Definition of Lacerating

Lacerating
Lacerate Lac"er*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Lacerated; p. pr. & vb. n. Lacerating (?>).] [L. laceratus, p. p. of lacerare to lacerate, fr. lacer mangled, lacerated; cf. Gr. ? a rent, rending, ? to tear; perh. akin to E. slay.] To tear; to rend; to separate by tearing; to mangle; as, to lacerate the flesh. Hence: To afflict; to torture; as, to lacerate the heart.

Meaning of Lacerating from wikipedia

- A wound is a rapid onset of injury that involves lacerated or punctured skin (an open wound), or a contusion (a closed wound) from blunt force trauma...
- of the body; in most cases with the intention of pulling, tearing, or lacerating the surrounding tissue. Forceful fish-hooking involves a high risk of...
- highest death rate. Sharp claws with powerful muscles behind them can lacerate flesh in a scratch that can lead to serious infections. In the U.S., cats...
- species. Common names for the mushroom include luxuriant ringstalk and lacerated stropharia. It is inedible and may be poisonous. It is similar to Stropharia...
- Stamford, Connecticut, blinding her, severing several body parts and lacerating her face, before he was shot and killed by a responding police officer...
- ways, even if Spielberg can’t help but soften the rougher, potentially lacerating edges." Alison Willmore of Vulture wrote that "Spielberg, an incredibly...
- adjoining bedroom he attacked Kathy Kleiner, breaking her jaw and deeply lacerating her shoulder; and Karen Chandler, who suffered a concussion, broken jaw...
- A splenic injury, which includes a ruptured spleen, is any injury to the spleen. The rupture of a normal spleen can be caused by trauma, such as a traffic...
- include etrécis****ts and cut-up technique. A similar technique is the lacerated poster, a poster in which one has been placed over another or others,...
- Tolkien's myth falls neatly into the camps of Good and Evil, the self-lacerating Gollum is at war with himself. In an epic drenched in medievalism, he's...