unhealed


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unhealed

(ʌnˈhiːld)
adj
not having healed physically, mentally, or emotionally
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unhealed - not healedunhealed - not healed; "an unhealed wound"  
ill, sick - affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function; "ill from the monotony of his suffering"
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As a man who had once sinned, but who kept his conscience all alive and painfully sensitive by the fretting of an unhealed wound, he might have been supposed safer within the line of virtue than if he had never sinned at all.
Just,'' replied the Earl, ``as the man may be said to invite death, who undertakes to fight a combat, having a dangerous wound unhealed.
br Ensure chicks are alert, active, and free of any obvious deformities, unhealed navels or sign of infection.
One wound went into her lung, and months later the unhealed gash in her cheek forces her to hold a towel to her face.
He reportedly hit a ball onto his foot while playing for Khulna Titans in the BPL, and the latest assessment confirmed an unhealed stress fracture, for which the Pakistan Cricket Board's medical panel, headed by Dr Sohail Saleem, advised the 27-year-old bowler another four weeks' rest.
He ultimately survived the attack but many of his wounds remain unhealed and he is forced to return to hospital twice a week to have wounds re-bandaged.
Afghanistan will forever remain an unhealed wound in the hearts of those who passed through the war and saw death, fire, and losing combat comrades.
Hidden Pain BENEATH the mangled silence Lie bleeding hearts at home Unhealed, forever injured For loved ones, no more to roam Our laws of justice abandoned No sense, just confusion reigns As the hydra-headed monster Strikes again and again and again Good triumphs over evil they say Love conquers all But numb from incomprehension We need a more consoling call We're part of a material world Prisoners of the Natural Law Victims of disaster, no mercy No escape through a hidden door Are we but the cruel pangs Of an aching, dying star With no answers to our rage To sufferance pushed too far?
And it is important to remind him at this juncture that Marcos' martial rule is one of those wounds committed in the past that remains unhealed and needs closure.
To date, the fate of thousands of Lebanese who went missing or were kidnapped by rival militias during the 15-year war, which began on April 13, 1975, is still unknown, leaving painful wounds unhealed and perpetuating bitter memories.
The wounds in patients with RDEB can remain unhealed for months or years, as the skin is unable to stay attached to the underlying dermis.
Bronchoscopy indications were FBA anamnesis in 402 patients, unhealed lung infection in 55 patients, asthmatic bronchitis in 10 patients, and incidental chest X-ray abnormalities in 9 patients and hemoptysis in 2 patients.