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1251 examples of bruises in sentences

We found the men in horrible shape, what with the bruises and cuts, and bleeding freely.

So, rolling our pants up above our knees (there was no use of talking about shoes and stockings; such luxuries were not within the range of indulgence to boys of our age in those days, save in the frosts and snows of winter, and stubbed toes, stone bruises, and thorns in the feet, come floating along down from the long past, like shadows of darkness on the current of memory.

By the way, will some rich man, who was reared in the country in the good old times when boys went barefooted in the summer months, when chapped feet, stone bruises, stubbed toes, and thorns that pierced and festered in their soles were the great ills that 'darkened deepest around human destiny,' solve for me a problem of the human mind?

I bound up my wounds as well as I couldbut it was tough work backin' my bark canoe over the carryin' places on Bog River, and across the Ingen carryin' place, and from the Upper Saranac to Bound Lake, with them holes in my leg and arm, and the other bruises I received.

That look was worth fifty bruises, and for it Jack would have continued the fight with Grundy to the bitter end.

It had cost his great body a good many aches and bruises, but he was a capital axeman now, and not such a bad carpenter, though when the Boy said as much he had answered: "Carpenter!

My wounds had disappeared; my bruises were gone.

Other villagers suffered mere bruises, but all who engaged in the fight posed as heroes and even Peggy McNutt, who figured as "not present," told marvelous tales of how he had worsted seven mill hands in a stand-up fight, using only his invincible fists.

"I might as well explain the pathology of flesh bruises to a donkey who had maliciously kicked me.

"And after a space he returned, covered as before with wounds and bruises, but comely and somewhat fat.

Now he began climbing over the stones and crawling and forcing himself through crevices and other small openings, making a little progress, for he was sore from his bruises and very weak from his long fast, and at intervals, tired and beaten, he would drop down crying with pain and misery.

But oh, sweet flowers, to lie And feel you helpless while he grips and bruises Your weak protesting breasts!

BRUISES, LACERATIONS, AND CUTS.Wherever the bruise may be, or however swollen or discoloured the skin may become, two or three applications of the extract of lead, kept to the part by means of lint, will, in an hour or little more, remove all pain, swelling, and tenderness.

BRUISES AND THEIR TREATMENT.The best application for a bruise, be it large or small, is moist warmth; therefore, a warm bread-and-water poultice in hot moist flannels should be put on, as they supple the skin.

In all conditions of bruises occurring in children, whether swellings or abrasions, no remedy is so quick or certain of effecting a cure as the pure extract of lead applied to the part.

They just like to tell about their chilblains and their stone-bruises.

His cuts and bruises healed themselves unaided.

There was never a promise he made but he broke; The bruises he gave I have covered with shame; Not a tear, not a prayer, but he scorned as a joke!

Ghastly wounds covered his head, and his arms and shoulders were livid with bruises.

Schรถnfeld, thrown off his guard by the sudden attack, struck his adversary a heavy blow; but the miller rushed upon him, and left him to be carried home, a bundle of aches and bruises.

So then Russell rode over, six miles, to a neighbor's, and got two men, and betwixt 'em all they pried up the beams of the barn, that had blowed on to the roof and pinned it down over me, and then lifted up the boards and got me out; and I wa'n't hurt, except a few bruises: but after that day I begun to get gray hairs.

I was covered with bruises when I reached a platform of rock about ten feet from the bottom of the precipice.

The left hand was as it should beno lumpiness, bruises, or any discolouration other than grime.

I just dropped peacefully down where I stood, and in spite of my bruises and my soaked clothes I don't think I had been two minutes on the ground before I was fast asleep.

The leg of Daggett was certainly broken, a little distance above his ancle; and various bruises in other places, gave notice of the existence of other injuries.

The patient was put in his bunk, and some attention was bestowed on his bruises and other injuries.

All the bruises were well, and the captain of the Vineyard craft was just beginning to move about a little on crutches; a prodigious relief to one of his habits, after the confinement to the house.

He appeared before that prince, and, throwing off his vestments, showed his body all torn with bruises and stripes, which he had received.

He falls upon things as they lie in his way, as if he stumbled at them, or his foot slipped and cast him upon them; for he is commonly foiled and comes off with bruises.

If there had been any roads to speak of in those days, Jeanne Dubois would have driven from one end to the other of the land in her fine coach, so proud was she of its splendor; but even pride could not heal the bruises she got in jolting about in it, nor the terror she felt of being overturned.

The slide had buried Joe, and another slide had uncovered him, leaving him little the worse, save for a much-muddied suit of clothes, and a bad headache, to say nothing of several minor cuts and bruises.

Another and another followed, till, covered with bruises, but with his arms crossed fast upon his breast, he fell heavily on the ground.

No denial of the fact, Juana; those black bruises avouch it without a tongue.

I do; but your case is, I am grieved to say, desperate, unless I am informed of the cause of these monstrous weals, bruises, slashes, and chafings, in order that my prescription, may""The cause of them," said Perez, almost frightened to death, "is, having to my cost a saint of a wife.

Her face and bosom were bathed in blood, and her body appeared covered with bruises like what the blows of a whip would have inflicted.

There was a frightful wound on the shoulders which had borne the weight of the Cross, and all the upper part of the body was covered with bruises and deeply marked with blows of the scourges.

Some being of more than human stature had approached him and led him forth, so that he survived with only a few small bruises.

Many were the wounds and bruises received that day, and not a few bones were broken, but happily no lives were lost.

The girl sprang erect instantly, forgetting her own bruises and shaken nerves in this sign that her brother was in pain.

" "That's small comfort for us," I said, nursing my bruises.

This Place was therefore called, The Lovers Leap; and whether or no the Fright they had been in, or the Resolution that could push them to so dreadful a Remedy, or the Bruises which they often received in their Fall, banished all the tender Sentiments of Love, and gave their Spirits another Turn; those who had taken this Leap were observed never to relapse into that Passion.

In all those questions, where the spirit of contradiction does not interfere, on which he is not sore from old bruises, or sick from the extravagance of youthful intoxication, as from a last night's debauch, our "laureate" is still bold, free, candid, open to conviction, a reformist without knowing it.

At last they pulled up, and there they found him, practically unconscious, his clothes torn to ribbons, his back a mass of bruises, but still holding on.

But it was not the broken bone, nor any of his bruises and abrasions, which made 'Duke Radford's peril during that black week of care and anxiety.

Three of them were disabled from wounds or bruises.

The men had not yet had time to recover from their bruises on the great Wannegum portage.

Yarrow makes a splendid ointment; and be sure and remember Solomon's seal for bruises, and comfrey for 'hurts' and broken bones.

Her physical injuries, otherwise, were not serious, a broken arm and some bad bruises, nothing but what she would easily recover from in a short time; but, for all her effort, the past remained as something on the other side of a strange, blank wall.

This movement of the natives made us suspicious of no very friendly intentions on their part and hurried our return to the boat; but, the descent being steep and strewed with rocks which were concealed by grass higher than our middles, we did not reach the bottom of the hill without several bruises.

Our people were now all laid up with sores upon their feet and legs from cuts and bruises received in scrambling over the rocks; and several were affected by ophthalmia.

The former, with the bruises they will give the sole and frog from loose and scattered stones, and the latter, with the increased concussion they will entail on the limb, are active factors in the troubles with which we are about to deal.

Now, pray, what were these offending Humours doing before the Bruises given by the Stick?' At the present day it is safe to assert that neither the ulcerative, the cancerous, nor the constitutional theory is believed in widely, and, among the mass of contrary opinions as to the cause of this disease, we may find that even quite early many of the older writers had discarded them.

These, again, will be practically the same as those mentioned in the cause of cutaneous quittornamely, bruises, punctures, woundsin fact, any injury upon t

1. Acute(Causes).Simple or acute synovitis is nearly always brought about by injury to the jointby blows or bruises, or by sprains of the ligaments.

From a study of these, we know that they may be induced by frequent attacks of acute synovitis, from repeated slight injuries or bruises, or from strains to the ligaments of the joint; or that they may be chronic from the outset.

And what chances they took of broken bones and bruises in their play!

Ye would think, would ye no, that they had enough of that in the trenches, where they got lumps and bruises and sorer hurts in the run of duty?

Once a drunken logger shouldered his way into the kitchen to leer unpleasantly at Stella, and, himself inflamed by liquor and the affront, Charlie Benton beat the man until his face was a mass of bloody bruises.

A club bruises, and benumbs the nerves, while a switch, neither breaking nor bruising the flesh, instead of blunting the sense of feeling, wakes up and stings to torture all the susceptibilities of pain.

One of the houses assaulted was occupied by an unfortunate cripplewho, unable to fly from the fury of the mob, was so beaten by some of the ruffians, that he has since died in consequence of the bruises and wounds inflicted ...

" The New Orleans Mercantile Advertiser says: "A negro woman was found chained, covered with bruises and wounds from severe flogging.

A club bruises, and benumbs the nerves, while a switch, neither breaking nor bruising the flesh, instead of blunting the sense of feeling, wakes up and stings to torture all the susceptibilities of pain.

Several stabs, wounds and bruises, were discovered on various parts of the body, which of themselves were sufficient to produce death.

He and his friends had to fight their way out of the park; a man, armed with some sharp instrument, struck at Mr. Bradlaugh from behind, and cut one side of his hat from top to brim; his truncheon was dinted with the jagged iron used as weapon; and his left arm, with which he guarded his head, was one mass of bruises from wrist to elbow.

" As we moved on I saw that the yellow flowers of the purau, dried red by the sun,poultices for natives' bruises,and candlenuts in heaps,torches ready to hand,littered the moss.

There were numerous cuts and bruises on his face from which blood was oozing, and his clothing was torn and dirty, as if it had been dragged through the mud.

Who me, unfriended, brought'st by wondrous ways, The kingdom of my fathers to possess: 263 Be thou my judge, with what unwearied care I since have labour'd for my people's good; To bind the bruises of a civil war, And stop the issues of their wasting blood.

We were hurled out with great force, and got sundry bruises and abrasions.

The surgeons soon despoil'd them of their arms, And some with salves they cure, and some with charms; Foment the bruises, and the pains assuage, And heal their inward hurts with sovereign draughts of sage.

" "So the Levite left the wounded man by the wayside, in disgust at his bruises: but still the good Samaritan who helped him hadn't a doctor's degree.

The delicate and almost girlish arms were disfigured by great bruises.

The bruises on their feet and legs had become sores.

Barring about sixty or seventy bruises.

Ginger was never put into the carriage again, but when she was well of her bruises one of Lord W's younger sons said he should like to have her; he was sure she would make a good hunter.

To the genuine explorer, flushed with justified self-confidence, well equipped for the journey, and indifferent to scratches or bruises, one may suppose this to be rather an allurement than otherwise, as he spurs along, lance at rest, and sword on side.

It was perhaps a week or two before the wounds and bruises were healed.

The half-drowned Raja joined the crowd and as he sat looking on, one elephant, passing by all its own people, came to him and put the golden necklace on his neck and the other elephant lifted him on to its back and carried him off and seated him on the Raja's throne; and as he sat on the throne all his wounds and bruises were healed.

Clamours, revilings, contentions, tearing of hair, and breaking of heads, generally conclude the business; and, after the loss of half a day's time, some part of their clothes, and the expence of a few bruises, the combatants retire with small bills to the value of five, or perhaps ten livres, as the whole resource to carry on their little commerce for the ensuing week.

Clamours, revilings, contentions, tearing of hair, and breaking of heads, generally conclude the business; and, after the loss of half a day's time, some part of their clothes, and the expence of a few bruises, the combatants retire with small bills to the value of five, or perhaps ten livres, as the whole resource to carry on their little commerce for the ensuing week.

This Place was therefore called, The Lovers Leap; and whether or no the Fright they had been in, or the Resolution that could push them to so dreadful a Remedy, or the Bruises which they often received in their Fall, banished all the tender Sentiments of Love, and gave their Spirits another Turn; those who had taken this Leap were observed never to relapse into that Passion.

"I wanted to send another groom at once to Tronka Castle so as to have the horses taken care of until you got back there; for as Herse has always shown himself truthful and, indeed, more faithful to us than any other has ever been, I felt I had no right to doubt his statement, especially when confirmed by so many bruises, or to think that perhaps he had lost the horses in some other way.

There were some broken arms, three I think, and some bad bruises.

I just hope that you will look at the stripes and bruises on his poor little back.

"Don't you let him fool you," said Bee, who always doubts everybody's good intentions and discounts their bad ones, which worthy plan of life permits her to count up at the end of the year only half as many mental bruises as I, let me pause to remark.

The ends of broken bushes were green, the leaves showed bruises.

As for bruises and scratches, however, I sustained the most.

In spite of the fact that Mr. Scarborough's body was one mass of cuts and bruises and faulty places, and that nothing would keep him going except the wearing of machinery which he was unwilling to wear, yet the facilities for much personal enjoyment were left to him, and Sir William declared that, if he would only do exactly as he were told, he might live for the next five years.

TO SELECT VEGETABLES.All roots and tubers should be plump, free from decay, bruises, and disease, and with fresh, unshriveled skins.

Bruises, you understand.

It smites you and bruises you, then binds up the hurts by giving you a desire or so of your heart.

Bumps, bruises, and scratches are often the result of their efforts to outstrip each other in the headlong race.

This plant, according to Bergius, is an emetic, errhine, diuretic, diaphoretic, emmenagogue; and from its supposed power of attenuating the blood, it has been esteemed so peculiarly efficacious in obviating the bad consequences occasioned by falls and bruises, that it obtained the appellation of Panacea Lapsorum.

Well, after some space of time, when they had recovered from the bruises of the beating [they had suffered], I said to them one day, 'O brothers, you have now lost your credit in this city, and it is better you should travel for some days.'

"The human heart," says Luther,and we can apply the remark as well, to the human mind,"is like a millstone in a mill; when you put wheat under it, it turns, and grinds, and bruises the wheat into flour; if you put no wheat in, it still grinds on, but then it is itself it grinds, and slowly wears away."

It takes the same length of time to lose the marks of the woonds and bruises, and they have to hobble round on the same kind of crutches.

He bruises the happy buttercups, he crushes the quivering anemone, and his cruel fingers are stained with the harebell's purple blood.

A bottle of liniment, the brand that made us forget our sprains and bruises in college days, was brought to light, and with commendable dexterity the innocent label was removed in a twinkling with a specially constructed piece of steel.

Then the poor boy sank back upon the bed and gradually, urged on by Kansas Shorty's assurance that sleep would heal all the quicker the bruises and marks the terrible beating had left on him, a reminder of his promise, and a warning of far worse punishment should he dare to break it, he fell asleep.

The horse went on, out of hearing, but I was glad enough to lie still, for I had begun to know of my bruises.

" Lucy betook herself to the nursery, where Anne was being comforted, her bleeding lip washed with essence, and repaired with a pinch of beaver from a hat, and her other bruises healed with lily leaves steeped in strong waters.