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unhealed Line breaks: un|healed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈhiːld/

Definition of unhealed in English:

adjective

Not yet healed: the scars were raw and unhealed
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  • These are just four of the angst-ridden horror stories that have turned into deep and unhealed sores in the psyche of a tormented people.
  • 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.
  • Now they came tumbling out, jagged expletives and soul-deep loathing, uncontrolled, from a place in his damaged body as yet unhealed.

Words that rhyme with unhealed

afield, field, midfield, misfield, shield, unaneled, unconcealed, unpeeled, unrevealed, unsealed, wield, yield

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