wounding

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wound 1

 (wo͞ond)
n.
1. An injury to an organism, especially one in which the skin or another external surface is torn, pierced, cut, or otherwise broken.
2. An injury to the feelings.
v. wound·ed, wound·ing, wounds
v.tr.
To inflict wounds or a wound on.
v.intr.
To inflict wounds or a wound: harsh criticism that wounds.

[Middle English, from Old English wund; see wen- in Indo-European roots.]

wound′ed·ly adv.
wound′ing·ly adv.

wound 2

 (wound)
v.
Past tense and past participle of wind2.

wound 3

 (wound)
v. Music
A past tense and a past participle of wind3.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wounding - the act of inflicting a wound
scathe, damage, harm, hurt - the act of damaging something or someone
Adj.1.wounding - causing physical or especially psychological injury; "a stabbing remark"; "wounding and false charges of disloyalty"
harmful - causing or capable of causing harm; "too much sun is harmful to the skin"; "harmful effects of smoking"

wounding

Translations

wounding

[ˈwuːndɪŋ] ADJ [remark, tone] → hiriente

wounding

adj remark, toneverletzend

wounding

[ˈwuːndɪŋ] adj (blow, remark) → che lascia il segno
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Although Lynn Nottage would be the first to fess up that Mama Nadi, the proud and exploitative protagonist of her woundingly eloquent Ruined, owes her inspiration to Brecht's heroine, that link is mainly academic.
Having been turfed out of West Lothian in 1931--no wonder since he had been gratuitously and woundingly rude to so many people in our area--Shinwell contested Seaham Harbour in 1935, thumping Ramsay MacDonald in a bruising and vitriolic campaign.