Stone bruise

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Related to Stone bruise: Heel spur, metatarsalgia, heel pain
a sore spot on the bottom of the foot, from a bruise by a stone.

See also: Stone

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The mound of Venus--or is that a stone bruise?--shows that ye've been in love.
O'Brien (above), whose Arkle Trophy market leader Le Richebourg was ruled out of Cheltenham last week, said: "Just to keep everyone in the loop, Sir Erec was found to have a stone bruise this morning.
SIR EREC, favourite for the JCB Triumph Hurdle, has suffered a stone bruise but trainer Joseph O'Brien is confident he will be fit to run at Cheltenham.
Later that evening, we found a little stone bruise brewing.
"He had a stone bruise that kept him off for a little while after Cheltenham.
The former suffered a stone bruise earlier in the week but looks set to recover in time for tomorrow's feature.
RIP VAN WINKLE'S participation in Saturday's 2,000 Guineas was put in doubt last night after Aidan O'Brien's colt suffered a stone bruise.
"It could be a bruise, but I can categorically say it's not a stone bruise as we don't have any stones."
"He had been off the racecourse since the beginning of July with a stone bruise that just turned a bit nasty, so we brought him back and he just missed a bit of work.
She had a stone bruise just before the World Cup but has been training very well since.
"The horse picked up a stone bruise over in Newmarket," O'Brien said.
The gelding, a useful stayer on the Flat for Mick Channon, suffered a stone bruise at the end of last week and was forced to miss an intended engagement at Sandown on Friday.