She had a way of convincing sick and maimed people that she was their equal.
Except the dead and maimed and their families: they are altered irrevocably.
One year after the Boston bombing, a maimed survivor faces the choice of amputation.
That attitude extends to fans, a few of whom are killed or maimed each year by flying car parts after a collision.
A report of G.I.s getting shot at, maimed, or killed is no longer something the average American gets exercised about.
If all the youths and old men, the sick and maimed, could have been eliminated from the Boer forces, eighty per cent.
To those admitted, the only exhibition was of the wounded, the maimed, the dying.
A million dollars worth of property was destroyed, men were maimed and families broken up in this terrible war.
You can lie here––here––maimed, already starving––and can plan like that?
It had always been his creed that in this world there was no place for the maimed and the halt.
c.1300, maimen, from Old French mahaignier "injure, wound, muitilate, cripple, disarm," possibly from Vulgar Latin *mahanare (cf. Provençal mayanhar, Italian magagnare), of unknown origin; or possibly from a Germanic source, from Proto-Germanic *mait- (cf. Old Norse meiða "to hurt," related to mad (adj.)), or from PIE root *mai- "to cut." Related: Maimed; maiming.