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lacerate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To rip, cut, or tear.
    • To cause deep emotional pain to; stress.
    • To tear; to-rend; to separate your lives by tearing; to mangle.
  • adjective:
    • Torn; mangled.
    • Wounded.
    • Having jagged, deeply slashed edges: lacerate leaves.
    • Jagged, like torn or lacerated.
    • lease; torn; mangled.
    • Jagged, or slashed irregularly, by the end, or along the advantage.
    • having edges which can be jagged from damage
    • irregularly slashed and jagged like torn
  • verb:
    • to-tear, rip or wound.
    • To completely conquer; to thrash
    • slice or rip irregularly
    • profoundly hurt the emotions of; stress
  • others:
    • to-tear around; mangle in rending or violently tearing aside: as, to lacerate the skin; a lacerated wound.
    • Figuratively, to torture; harrow: since, to lacerate a person's emotions.
    • Rent; torn: particularly applied (from natural look) in botany (additionally lacerated) to a leaf getting the advantage variously cut into unusual sections, plus structure to three foramina in the base of the cranium. See under.
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