They took no interest in the procession beyond their blankets—the walking wounded and the troops going up.
The walking wounded still come straggling in, singly or in groups, all greatly depressed at having such bad news to relate.
In front of the archway and in the road stood two "padrés" directing the continuous flow of stretchers and walking wounded.
Throughout the night, a stream of walking wounded kept flowing in.
walking wounded from the firing-line began to pass through our trenches.
One can always tell from the walking wounded whether things are going ill or well.
The central hall remained, and the Red Triangle was on it, marking it out as a centre for walking wounded.
Apart from these eighteen, only the walking wounded got away, pushing back into our noisy and perilous hinterland.
And passing them come the walking wounded who attacked them in their tunnels at dawn to-day and conquered.
walking wounded hobbled slowly with their arms round each other's shoulders, Germans and English together.
Persons who are injured, esp in a psychological or spiritual way, but still functional; depressed people: by the end of the year the salesmen are ''walking wounded'', just plain going bonkers
[1960s+; fr a WWI military medical term for a wounded person who is ambulatory]