Definition of injured in English:

injured

Syllabification: in·jured
Pronunciation: /ˈinjərd
 
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adjective

1Harmed, damaged, or impaired: a road accident left him severely injured
More example sentences
  • As a result he suffered head fractures, a wasted hand, an injured spine and damage to his kidneys.
  • A clean-up operation is under way at a Rendall salmon-farm to remove thousands of dead and injured fish following damage to sea cages on Friday night.
  • Many homes, schools, mosques and offices were damaged and thousands of injured people were taken to hospital.
Synonyms
hurt, wounded, damaged, sore, bruised; crippled, lame, disabled; maimed, mutilated, deformed, mangled, broken, fractured
2Offended: his injured pride
More example sentences
  • It is reasonable to suggest therefore that her victory helped to heal the wounds of injured national pride.
  • Battling to restore their injured pride, London Broncos pushed St Helens all the way, but lost their clash at home on Saturday 30-20.
  • Adding insult to Dunfermline's injured pride was Scott McLean who nabbed a late fourth for Partick who must have wished this game would never end.
Synonyms
wronged, offended, maltreated, mistreated, ill-used, harmed; defamed, maligned, insulted, dishonoredupset, hurt, wounded, offended, reproachful, pained, aggrieved; displeased, unhappy, put out, disgruntled, cut to the quick

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