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lacerate

[′las·ə‚rāt]
(medicine)
To inflict a wound by tearing.
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A BADLY injured horse with lacerations and eye ulcers had been left suffering after botched DIY treatment.
Mr Butterworth was left with two lacerations which needed stitches to the chin and lip, one of which was described as 'through and through.'.
'The victim's body had deep lacerations but the authorities cannot yet say for certain whether it was murder.
McConville pleaded guilty to the offence on the basis that he didn't cause the lacerations to Ms Hurley's head.
A pair of 13-year-old schoolboys have been charged by police after an older boy suffered lacerations to his face in an assault.
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