[ UK /ʌnhˈiːld/ ]
  1. not healed
    an unhealed wound
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How To Use unhealed In A Sentence

  • Sam Shepard's three-hour epic, like much of his work, focuses on unhealed wounds and frayed male bonding.
  • She is a tightly fitted mask of compulsive politeness pulled over both great grief and corrosive, unhealed cruelties.
  • For the thousands who have lost friends and loved ones and children, the unhealed sorrow returns, as they remember those who served their country and will be twenty-one forever.
  • This is not to say that their lives do not or did not include many painful memories, pain evoking stimuli, and unhealed emotional wounds.
  • This ambiguity, and the unhealed wounds of slavery, are the real subject of Cassin's novel.
  • But since you've asked me the question, I will say that Hillsden's departure is not going to leave another unhealed sore in the public mind. THE ENDLESS GAME
  • But that still leaves the rift with the Referees Association unhealed and there is no way such a conflict can be in the best interests of the sport.
  • But I did not want Llewelyn to ride to war with harsh words or unhealed wounds between us. HERE BE DRAGONS
  • It is the story of three old friends, separated by years and distance from their shared Glasgow childhood, who meet up again with each of them carrying unhealed and sometimes undisclosed scars.
  • They sit in the parks with unhealed wounds; they hobble along the streets, many of them weary and worn; poor fellows! they are greater, and more to be envied than many a fresh fopling who struts by. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 2, No 3, September, 1862 Devoted to Literature and National Policy.
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