unheal

unheal

(ʌnˈhiːl)
n
1. poor health
2. misfortune
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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.''
Foster's searing performance is complemented by the bristling menace of Dave Bautista as an orderly, who threatens "to unheal" anyone who breaks the hospital's bond of confidentiality.
Foster's searing performance is complemented by a tender brotherly bond between Brown and Henry, and the bristling menace of Bautista as an orderly, who threatens "to unheal" anyone who breaks the hospital's bond of confidentiality.
I, too, know my Hopkins (Lightnin' & Gerard Manley), gigging to this after-hour when all our little civil wars unheal in the body.
Or is it a million unattended, unhealed little cuts and scratches," she said amid clips of herself on the beach and surrounded by nature.
John Delury of Yonsei University in Seoul said an encounter in the "barren no man's land that embodies the unhealed wound of post-WWII division, the Korean War, and 70 years of animosity" would help improve ties.
Her presence adds levity to an otherwise grim plot that centers on longstanding fury for unhealed wrongs.
The crimes that had been committed will remain an unhealed wound, but it is high time to look at the truth in the eye as a society and move on.
Leg ulcers are unhealed sores or open wounds on the legs.
But without Zachary to stabilize the quartet, old grievances rise up and unhealed wounds are opened.
"Some GPs may consider vertebroplasty in patients with severe pain that can be shown to be associated with an unhealed vertebral fracture and which hasn't been adequately controlled using standard approaches to pain management.