Lacerate
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British pronunciation/lˈæsəɹˌe‍ɪt/
American pronunciation/ˈɫæsɝˌeɪt/
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to pierce or tear the skin or flesh, causing deep and often irregular wounds

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to make someone suffer from a lot of emotional or mental pain

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to severely criticize or censure someone or something

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having edges that are jagged from injury

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irregularly slashed and jagged as if torn

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In the accident, the broken metal fence lacerated her leg, requiring immediate medical attention.
The thorns on the rosebush can easily lacerate the skin if not handled carefully.
The jagged glass shards lacerated his hand when he tried to pick them up.
To escape, the trapped animal may attempt to lacerate its captor with sharp claws or teeth.
The barbed wire fence has the potential to lacerate anyone attempting to climb over.
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