Definition of injur
1. injury [ n ] any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.Used in print:
(The Dallas Morning News,...)
Moritz came to Texas in 1954 but his freshman football efforts were hampered by a knee injury .
(Rocky Mountains News, [Denver, Colorado],...)
Ed_Donnelly is still bothered by a side injury and will miss his starting turn .
With Mickey_Mantle and Yogi_Berra both out_of_action due_to injuries , the American_League champs still mounted a 15 - hit attack against a parade of eight Cincinnati pitchers , the most ever used by one team in a series game .
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch,...)
They have the same men , no age problem , no injuries and they also have Vinegar_Bend_Mizell for the full season , along with Bobby_Shantz '' .
In_addition , a special award was given to Bob_(_Bevo_) Nordmann , the 6 - foot - 10 center who missed much of the season because of a knee injury .Synonyms injury hurt harm trauma Related Terms ill_health wound bleeding bruise frostbite electric_shock dislocation fracture blast_trauma rupture sting pinch bump wale whiplash wrench intravasation birth_trauma burn blunt_trauma penetrating_injury strain injure suffer traumatize
2. injury [ n ] an accident that results in physical damage or hurtUsed in print:
(The Dallas Morning News,...)
- Held out_of Texas_Tech 's sweat_suits drill Monday at Lubbock was tackle Richard_Stafford , who is undergoing treatment for a leg injury suffered in the Raiders ' 38 - 7 loss to Texas_A+M .
End Gene_Raesz , who broke a hand in the Owl 's game with LSU , was back working_out with Rice_Monday , and John_Nichols , sophomore guard , moved_back into action after a week 's idleness with an ankle injury .
Ramsey has a thing or two to mutter about himself , for the Dallas defensive unit turned_in another splendid effort against Denver , and the Texans were able to whip the dangerous Broncs without the fullbacking of a top star , Jack_Spikes , though he did the team 's place-kicking while nursing a knee injury .
(The New York Times,...)
An injury forced Skorich to quit after the 1948 season .
(Bonnie Prudden, "The Dancer and the Gymnast"...)
The addition of endurance training later , when the body is mature enough to benefit from it without danger of injury , provides that final quality that makes the top athlete , soldier or citizen .Synonyms injury accidental_injury Related Terms accident concussion mutilation injure
3. injury [ n ] a casualty to military personnel resulting from combatSynonyms wound combat_injury injury Related Terms personnel_casualty blighty_wound flesh_wound military
4. injury [ n ] an act that injures someoneSynonyms injury Related Terms wrongdoing disservice spoil injure
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