Hurt synonyms

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Suffering from a wound, especially one acquired in battle.
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To restrain to a specific physical position, as if with a cramp.
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An ache is defined as a feeling of sadness or of wanting something very badly.
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Showing pain, irritation, etc.
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To cause great physical or mental suffering to:
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To harm
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Immoral or unjust effects:
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(Cooking) Coated with batter.
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The definition of distressed is damaged, suffering pain or sold below value, or made to look old on purpose.
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Characterized by, suffering, or exhibiting great pain or anguish:
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A long deep cut.
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The act or practice of persecuting on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or beliefs that differ from those of the persecutor.
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To get, extract, or extort by force or unfair means
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To cause pain
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To bring great physical or mental pain upon (another).
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To cut, bite, and wear away bit by bit with the teeth
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To cause great pain to; torture
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To spend too much time and effort on; develop in too great detail
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To beat forcefully; thrash.
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A particular form of hurt, damage, or loss:
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(Archaic) Poisonous.
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Harmful to the mind or morals; corrupting:
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To feel pangs of distress.
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Disabled; handicapped
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An unexpected shock or calamity.
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Affected or shut down by a labor strike.
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Disabled or incapacitated by something.
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Battered, especially by strong wind.
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(Informal) Designating or of a very successful and popular movie, recording, etc.
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To injure the feelings of; hurt keenly.
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To damage (plant tissue), as by abrasion or pressure:
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To injure as if by pulling apart.
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Pain is defined as to hurt or cause suffering.
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To cause to undergo great physical pain or mental anguish.
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To put to test.
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The definition of afflict is to cause great physical or mental pain or agony or to create for someone a curse to bear.
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To bounce or ricochet, often in a way that is unexpected or seemingly erratic
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To reduce or put an end to, as if by a puncture
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To cause pain
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Slap means done directly and in a hasty way.
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To use improperly or excessively; misuse:
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To whip or scourge someone or something as punishment.
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Whip is defined as to beat eggs or cream to incorporate air or for someone to move quickly.
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(Slang) To murder (a person), often, specif., for pay
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To plunge (a pointed weapon or instrument) into something.
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To handle someone or something in a rough way.
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(Slang, dated) To divide into portions well or badly; to have the property left at one's death turn out well or poorly when divided among heirs, legatees, etc.
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To cause damage to.
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To cause damage to; impair:
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To wound is defined as to injure or harm someone either physically or emotionally.
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To rip, cut, or tear.
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To drag a harrow over; to break up with a harrow.
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To disturb or upset severely:
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To pierce or puncture something or cause a pricking feeling.
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To cause sharp, sudden, smarting pain to, by or as by pricking with a sharp point
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To wear away or irritate by rubbing or friction:
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To grip, cut into, or injure something with or as if with the teeth.
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To flail is defined as to wave or swing about wildly or to flounder.
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To cause pain
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To cause irritation or annoyance:
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To make someone into a martyr by putting him or her to death for adhering to, or acting in accordance with, some belief, especially religious; to sacrifice on account of faith or profession.
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To cause pain
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To scrape roughly; grate
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To injure or damage by fire or something with the effect of fire, as intense heat, friction, or acid; scorch, singe, scald, etc.
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To move with much difficulty or friction; to grate.
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To wring is to twist or compress something to get the liquid out of it or to get something out of another person or thing using a lot of pressure or force.
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To move quickly; dart.
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(Intransitive) To gnaw, consume, eat away.
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To be very cruel to; torment
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To be or become a martyr
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(Intransitive, US, slang) To exhibit symptoms of methamphetamine abuse, such as extreme nervousness, compulsiveness, erratic motion, excitability; possibly a blend of twitch and freak.
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To suffer griping pains.
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(Computing) In computer architecture, to cause poor performance of a virtual memory (paging) system.
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To employ a punch to create a hole in or stamp or emboss a mark on something.
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To cause pain
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To cause to be in difficulty or financial distress:
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Gall is defined as to irritate by rubbing.
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To spank is defined as to slap on the rear-end to punish.
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To punish, as for wrongdoing.
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To cause great harm to. (a punishing blow)
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To cause to undergo harm or loss:
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To fasten (something) with laces.
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To hit or beat, especially repeatedly.
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To forcefully teach something
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To drive or strike (a weapon, for example) forcefully onto or into something else.
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(Informal) To defeat soundly
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To punish, chastise, or afflict severely
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To whip or flog; scourge.
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(Dated) To give a thrashing to; to beat severely.
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To attack with words; abuse
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To strike with a lash; to whip or scourge with a lash, or with something like one.
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To exercise (one's wits or brains).
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To subject to a beating; thrash.
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To punish as though one were using a stick, bundle of twigs, or rod made of birch wood.
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To strike or beat with a cane or similar implement.
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(Intransitive) To change places, tasks, etc.
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To cause pain
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To exhaust or weaken with strain of any sort
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To make not pleased; to excite a feeling of disapprobation or dislike in; to be disagreeable to; to offend; to vex; -- often followed by with or at. It usually expresses less than to anger, vex, irritate, or provoke.
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To put to inconvenience; trouble.
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(Now Rare) To disturb the order of
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To cause to be inconvenienced; disturb.
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To injure a part of the body, especially a joint.
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To cause pain
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To cause pain
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To cause pain
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(Slang) To physically attack in order to cause injury.
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(Basketball) To make a layup with (a basketball)
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To cause pain
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To strike with a blackjack or similar weapon.
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To encircle with or as with a belt; girdle
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To wait for or obtain a ride to work by standing at a roadside hoping to be picked up by a driver who needs another passenger to use the HOV lanes of a highway.
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To treat badly, to abuse. [from 18th c.]
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To overindulge so as to cause to demand or expect too much
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To manage to get (along or through) in the face of trials and difficulties
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To cause great anger, indignation, etc. in
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To cause to have emotional or mental problems that interfere with social functioning:
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To give a feeling of pain
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To beat strongly or fast; palpitate, as the heart under exertion
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To give a feeling of pain
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To give a feeling of pain
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To cause discomfort to
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To cause (someone) to feel impatient or angry; annoy:
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Comfort means to give a sense of peace to someone.
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To lessen or alleviate (pain, anxiety, etc.)
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To restore to ease, comfort, or tranquility; relieve; calm; quiet; refresh.
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An occurrence causing widespread destruction and distress; a catastrophe.
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An undesirable event such as an accident
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To make, force, or drive by or as by hitting, flailing, or pounding
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To put to death; kill:
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To trouble emotionally or mentally; upset:
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The definition of aggrieved is someone who is distressed.
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Exceptionally bad; abominable:
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Harmful often in a subtle or unexpected way (as for example deleterious effects, deleterious to health).
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(Obsolete) Common misspelling of fragrant.
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Causing grief, pain, or anguish:
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The definition of heinous is very evil or horrible.
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Causing hurt; specif., wounding the feelings
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Unfriendly; hostile:
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Causing harm to one's reputation; slanderous, libelous, invidious.
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Guilty or criminal
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Harmful; poisonous; noxious
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Causing great injury, destruction, or ruin; fatal; deadly
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Of, caused by, or causing trauma
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To cause to be transferred; turn away:
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To counteract.
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Used as an intensive.
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To cause to lose the use of a limb or limbs.
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To harm
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To estrange is defined as to separate or disconnect.
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(Online gaming) To deliberately harass and annoy or cause grief to other players of a game in order to interfere with their enjoyment of it; especially, to do this as one’s primary activity in the game. [from late 20th Century]
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To harm
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The definition of impair is to hinder or weaken something.
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To injure, disable, or disfigure, usually by depriving of the use of a limb or other part of the body.
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Simple past tense and past participle of mangle
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To hurt the feelings of; cause to feel resentful, angry, or displeased; insult
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To scare.
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Scathe is to harm or damage, or to fiercely denounce or criticize.
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To inflict soring on (a horse)
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To cause (a strong emotion) to penetrate deeply:
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Present participle of suffer.
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To lose luster; grow dull; discolor, as from oxidation
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To overthrow or defeat unexpectedly
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(Intransitive) To become weaker.
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injured
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In good health.
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Having good health; well; sound
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In good health or a good emotional state
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physically or mentally injured
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physically or mentally injured
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physically or mentally injured
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The definition of help is aid that you request, or is someone who provides assistance.
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Something that provides help, support, or relief, such as money or supplies:
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(Baseball) The act of a player who throws or deflects a batted ball in such a way that a teammate can make a putout
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A solution to a problem.
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An act of healing, as by a faith healer.
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(Law) The legal means to recover a right or to prevent or obtain redress for a wrong.
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(Intransitive) To become calm.
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To stop from being angry; appease; pacify; mollify
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To be agreeable; give pleasure; satisfy
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To bring or send help to
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cause pain
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To satisfy or appease (hunger or thirst, for example).
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To set right; repair:
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To feel a sudden, brief, darting pain or pang
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To cause grief or injury to; offend
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(Archaic) To hurt or harm.
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To cause to have a small mark or marks that diminish attractiveness:
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To spoil the soundness or perfection of
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To treat badly; harm.
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(Intransitive) To become imperfect or defective.
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To impair the soundness, perfection, or integrity of; spoil.
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To fill with prejudice or cause to judge with prejudice.
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To spoil, make faulty; to reduce the value, quality, or effectiveness of something
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Something which causes pain, suffering, distress or agony.
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The definition of anguish is a feeling of physical or mental pain.
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Woe is a feeling of deep sorrow or grief.
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A cause or source of harm, damage, or annoyance
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To cause suffering or painful sorrow to
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To surpass or exceed:
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Reduced, made less strong.
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Any serious injury to the body, often resulting from violence or an accident.
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To spite is to treat someone in a mean manner or be hurtful to another.
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To be the source of such pain, as a wound
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(Northern England) Of a child, to be spoilt, cosseted, overly indulged
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(Figuratively) Of a person's mind, attitude, humour etc, perverse, strange, aberrant or deviant.
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Having blemishes; flawed.
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Sad; wretched; sorrowful
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Produced by scratching.
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Swift; fleet.
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Pierce is defined as to make a hole in, to stab, or to go through.
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To cause pain
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To downplay or misrepresent one's ability in order to deceive someone, especially in gambling.
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(Dial.) A pain (in some part of the body)
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Streaked or flecked with or as if with yarn of a different color:
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Synonym Study

  • Spoil implies such serious impairment of a thing as to destroy its value, usefulness, etc. rain spoiled the party, the canned food was spoiled
  • To impair something is to cause it to deteriorate in quality or to lessen in value, strength, etc. impaired hearing
  • Damage stresses the loss, as in value, usefulness, etc., resulting from an injury damaged goods
  • Harm more strongly suggests the pain or distress caused he wouldn't harm a fly
  • Injure implies the marring of the appearance, health, soundness, etc. of a person or thing injured pride
  • Hurt implies a wounding physically or emotionally or a causing of any kind of harm or damage the rumors hurt his business
Find another word for hurt. In this page you can discover 246 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for hurt, like: injured, wounded, damaged, disturbed, cramp, ache, bruised, tortured, severely wounded, sorely hurt and stabbed.