[ US /ˈtɹɔməˌtaɪz/ ]
  1. inflict a trauma upon
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How To Use traumatize In A Sentence

  • His traumatised son was expelled from two schools. Times, Sunday Times
  • Khan said the Pakistani Government's refusal to grant his wife a visa has traumatised the entire family.
  • Although Crook had a tough time in his teens, he insists it did not traumatise him.
  • The policy, designed to leave families homeless, impoverished and traumatized, is illegal because international law forbids the demolition of houses by an occupying power.
  • Keep in mind that animals are also often traumatized by captivity and display bizarre behavior untypical of their kind unless treated with respect and dignity.
  • No mere endpapers, they continue, in their unwrittenness, to evoke the narrator's traumatized mind. The Times Literary Supplement
  • ‘The unit is a good example of inter-agency co-operation in the interest of those who have been traumatised by sexual violence,’ she said.
  • A cynic is someone who once trusted and believe and was hurt, betrayed and traumatized. Mark Goulston, M.D.: Electorate 2010 -- "Cynics 'R' Us"
  • Gardai said the victim was very shocked and traumatised by the ordeal but didn't require hospitalisation.
  • One aspect of such reality is that tragic accidents and violence happen and they shock and traumatize the victim's body, mind and soul at the time and for the rest of their life.
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