Another word for hurt
wounded, injured, damaged, harmed, marred, impaired, shot, warped, struck, contused, bruised, stricken, battered, buffeted, mauled, hit, stabbed, mutilated, lacerated, disfigured, blemished, pained, in pain, disturbed, suffering, distressed, tortured, agonized, in a serious state, unhappy, slightly wounded, grazed, scratched, severely wounded, sorely hurt, nicked*, winged*; see also wounded.
Antonyms aided, helped, assisted.
To cause pain
cramp, squeeze, cut, bruise, tear, pain, torment, try, afflict, kick, puncture, do violence, slap, abuse, administer punishment, flog, whip, whack, torture, gnaw, stab, pierce, maul, cut up, harm, damage, injure, wound, lacerate, harrow, convulse, prick, sting, do evil, chafe, bite, flail, give pain, grate, martyr, inflict pain, rasp, excruciate, burn, grind, rack, wring, nip, fret, crucify, martyrize, tweak, gripe, agonize, thrash, punch, prolong the agony, pinch, gall, spank, chastise, punish, pummel, lace, flail, buffet, drub, smite, trounce, scourge, flagellate, lambaste, baste, lash, cudgel, bastinado, belabor, birch, cane, switch, sandbag, cause pain, anguish, distress, displease, discommode, discompose, incommode, put out, give someone the works*, give no quarter*, barb the dart*, work over*, lay up*, wrack up*, wallop*, blackjack*, belt*, slug*; see also beat 2.
To give a feeling of pain
hurt implies a wounding physically or emotionally or a causing of any kind of harm or damage the rumors hurt his business; injure implies the marring of the appearance, health, soundness, etc. of a person or thing injured pride; harm more strongly suggests the pain or distress caused he wouldn't harm a fly; damage stresses the loss, as in value, usefulness, etc., resulting from an injury damaged goods; to impair something is to cause it to deteriorate in quality or to lessen in value, strength, etc. impaired hearing; spoil implies such serious impairment of a thing as to destroy its value, usefulness, etc. rain spoiled the party, the canned food was spoiled
Another word for hurtverb
To cause physical damage to:injure, wound. See help
To have or cause a feeling of physical pain or discomfort:ache, pain, pang, twinge. See pain
To cause suffering or painful sorrow to:aggrieve, distress, grieve, injure, pain, wound. See happy
To spoil the soundness or perfection of:blemish, damage, detract from, disserve, flaw, harm, impair, injure, mar, prejudice, tarnish, vitiate. See better, help