[ US /ˈwundɪd/ ]
[ UK /wˈuːndɪd/ ]
[ UK /wˈuːndɪd/ ]
people who are wounded
they had to leave the wounded where they fell
suffering from physical injury especially that suffered in battle
nursing his wounded arm
ambulances...for the hurt men and women
How To Use wounded In A Sentence
- At least two of the job seekers were wounded by gunfire.
- He regained his balance and then retreated to his post beside the door, curling into himself like a wounded possum. NO BODY
- Much later, Tomlinson realized that the hotel had already been hit and that all the journalists were either fleeing their rooms or helping evacuate the mortally wounded reporters.
- Wanat was a horrific insurgent attack on a U.S. combat outpost in eastern Afghanistan last summer that left nine soldiers dead and 27 wounded. Way Up In The Sky Is The Leader Of The Greatest Band Of All Time | ATTACKERMAN
- They hurt for the wounded and the dead but they are eager to continue to attack.
- Eight people were wounded in a clash with border guards.
- Dick Brewer had taken refuge behind a thirty-inch sawlog near the mill, just one hundred and forty steps from the window near which this fierce little fighting man was lying, wounded to death. The Story of the Outlaw A Study of the Western Desperado
- From the Rushmorean cover portrait of Bush (which over the headline 'An American Revolutionary' was such a brazen and transparent effort to recall George Washington that it was embarrassing) to the 'Why We Fight' black-and-white portraiture of the aggrieved president sitting somberly at the bedside of the war-wounded, this issue is positively hysterical in its iconolatry. "What kind of a maniac puts eagles in a Christmas tree?": James Wolcott
- Likewise, a car bomb in Dura, Baghdad, killed 9 national guardsmen and wounded 20.
- It appears that after Cook was wounded in the back, islanders clubbed him to death.