ANYONE STUCK OUTSIDE FOR ANY LENGTH OF TIME WILL BE AT SERIOUS RISK FOR injury OR DEATH.
“Insult to injury,” her attorney, Steven Turano, said afterward, insisting that his client is innocent.
Even before his injury, the strain had begun to tell on him.
I would have chosen absolutely any other kind of injury or disease but this.
Failing to vindicate a loss or injury is a sign of faulty moral character.
But there has been no mistake,—and there shall be no injury.
In an hour or so, there would be no visible trace of the injury.
If the injury be extensive, the best thing the farmer can do is to slaughter the animal.
Failure in respect to age is considered an injury to the customs of the country.
The injury that his mind had sustained now assumed an aspect that was serious indeed.
injury in·ju·ry (ĭn'jə-rē)
Damage, harm, or loss, as from trauma.
A particular form of hurt, damage, or loss.