English version

wounded in Military topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwoundedwound‧ed /ˈwuːndɪd/ ●●○ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 PMINJUREinjured by a weapon such as a gun or knife 🔊 a wounded soldier2 UPSETvery upset because of something that someone has said or done 🔊 It was only wounded pride that stopped him from apologizing.3 the wounded
Examples from the Corpus
woundedThere are over 4000 refugees in the camp, many of them wounded.His body ached all over and the wounded arm felt as if it were dropping off.He muttered and stirred, flinging his wounded arm out, but his eyes remained closed.Helicopters have been sent in to rescue the wounded from the war zone.Except when wounded or cornered, leopards will not often attack a human.Danzigers were far too busy protesting and petitioning, nursing wounded pride to realise the potential of their situation.wounded prideIf the loose ferrets make contact with the wounded rabbits they become preoccupied, stay where they are and do not resurface.wounded prideIn that crisis, was Bizerta the real issue, or was it mutually wounded pride?Please don't feel you need to soothe my wounded pride.She contrived a look of bewilderment, bordering on wounded pride.He now wears his wounded pride as a revolutionary might flaunt his bloodstained fatigues.Danzigers were far too busy protesting and petitioning, nursing wounded pride to realise the potential of their situation.And wounded pride was something that she could quite easily cope with when it came to Jonathan Whalley.