To cause (a creature) physical pain and/or injury. (verb)
To cause (somebody) emotional pain. (verb)
To undermine, impede, or damage. (verb)
Wounded, physically injured. (adjective)
An emotional or psychological hurt (humiliation or bad experience) (noun)
A wound or pain. (noun)
A roundel azure (blue circular spot). (noun)
Examples of word hurt
Thus, it would be a very holy thing and work for Valencia to build a hostel or hospital where such insane or innocent persons could be housed so that they would not be wandering through the city and could not hurt nor be hurtÂ».
I wonder if ive hurt pple and stuffÂ… or how many pple exactly have I hurtÂ…
Dyak's house was in bad repair, and a Malay fell in consequence and was hurt, or pretended to be hurt, a fine was imposed; if a Malay in the jungle was wounded by the springs set for a wild boar, or by the wooden spikes which the Dyaks for protection put about their village, or scratched himself and said he was injured, the penalty was heavy; if the Malay was _really hurt_, ever so accidentally, it was the ruin of the Dyak.
(their _relative_ hurt, we mean, for in the end, and at the last, no soul is ever really _hurt_).
Fancy words donâ€™t do much to disguise that thestatement â€˜if you see a man in a dark parking lot and think heâ€™s going to hurt you, youâ€™re more likely to get hurtÂ is nothing but victim blaming.