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laceration
used in Hiroshima

3 uses
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Definition
a cut — especially of the skin — and often implying that the cut was not clean, but instead left jagged edges
  • All the way, he overtook dread— fully burned and lacerated people, and in his guilt he turned to right and left as he hurried and said to some of them, 'Excuse me far having no burden like yours.'
    Two — The Fire (54% in)
  • Mixed in with the abrasions and lacerations which most people in the hospital had suffered, he began to find dreadful burns.
    Two — The Fire (33% in)
  • By the light of a lantern, he had examined himself and found: left clavicle fractured; multiple abrasions and lacerations of face and body, including deep cuts on the chin, back, and legs; extensive contusions on chest and trunk: a couple of ribs possibly fractured.
    Three — Details are being Investigated (17% in)

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