Hyacinth had suffered a slight concussion of the brain and a flesh wound.
He got off with a flesh wound, but there is a great blot of red ink on the letter.
Porter Robinson, who happened to be in the line of fire, escaped with a flesh wound.
I told you so; it's only a flesh wound in the right foreleg.
He had been hit, he confessed, but he had escaped: and he carelessly shook a drop or two of blood from a flesh wound on his hand.
"Only a flesh wound in the calf of his left leg, sire," replied Butzow.
There is a flesh wound about four inches long where the bullet struck, broke the rib, ran along it, and went out behind.
Frank did not receive a scratch, but Ned received a flesh wound in the arm.
But this is of no consequence; a flesh wound more or less deep is to be counted on; and then think of the plunder!
He said it was only a flesh wound, but evidently he was in great pain.
flesh wound n.
A wound that penetrates the flesh but does not damage underlying bones or vital organs.