Common misspellings for wound:
eound, wowned, wounce, thouand, jouned, ound, wond, womand, woude, owend, wo0uld, withount, woudn't, woutd, woulent, swund, wouid, workaound, wepond, wuold, wiend, souond, 2011would, woudent, wayaround, worid, souind, aound, workind, wourd, rround, woould, youwon't, whould, wonem, wondr, iwont, woiud, withoud, wenough, ownned, ruond, rouund, wouud, thouend, won''t, woued, wondow, wonjt, woudned, wayand, wround, wouned, woung, yound, wo9uld, tound, woun't, dound, wonmb, nowand, youneed, suond, whoud, womend, woundd, woint, gound, uoand, whend, wonna, shound, woond, vonda, wo'nt, woundeed, wournos, woukd, woumd, wouldd, wiondow, soundd, theound, woulld, whount, woul'd, roiund, wrond, woud, woon't, whosn't, wolud, woned, 2pound, riound, owened, 5pound, woulnt, wouujd, wornout, w3ould, knownd, wouled, wornder, woound, wouold, woun, woudnt, wouldi, wywud, ownwd, youand, whind, wopn't, soiund, vondo, wonde, fwund, woudunt, woundes, woulud, woute, roound, ownde, wouyld, cound, won'y, worne, waunder, wounld, wornd, 1pound, wontid, siound, wounder, thound, wonnder, woudnnit, whohad, lound, woant, wwould, yount, wauna, worn't, workand, wouod, waont, woudn, wonuld, wornt, awayand, soound, wonot, wedndy, wonlt, youwant, youn't, whont, woulod, wanut, wonte, rouond, thunda, wouren't, wudnt, 10pound, aournd, wondor, souund, ouned, warnd, wount, wonet, wouidn't, woudd, wontt, woulda, awound, wolnt, wonam, woulnd, aeound, puond, wouldw, worriend, poound, wonn't, ronud, wuould, fowend, ywould, woonds, wunna, wouuld, wonm't, nound, woinds, woundt, woodnt, wound't, woulddo, wundt, wonda, wounted, worned, woulid, womened, showand, wund, vound, roundd, roundy, wanda, weend, whuent, wihouit, whon't, woin't, woln't, won'r, wonh't, wonl't, wont't, wondur, wiont, woodn, 1would, wonld, woud'nt, wouden't, wouln't, wounf, wouneded, wkund, wlund, wpund, w0und, w9und, woynd, wohnd, wojnd, wo8nd, wo7nd, woubd, woujd, wouns, wounx, wounc, wounr, woune, qwound, wqound, waound, ewound, weound, 3wound, w3ound, 2wound, w2ound, wiound, woiund, wkound, wokund, wlound, wpound, wopund, w0ound, wo0und, w9ound, wo9und, woyund, wouynd, wohund, wouhnd, wojund, woujnd, wouind, wo8und, wou8nd, wo7und, wou7nd, woubnd, wounbd, woumnd, wounmd, wounjd, wounhd, wounsd, wounds, wounxd, woundx, wouncd, woundc, wounfd, woundf, wounrd, woundr, wounde, owund, wuond, wonud, wwound, wouund, wounnd, 7ound, wgund, wmund, wnund, wo5nd, woend, woqnd, wownd, wotnd, wou.d, woufd, wounl, w ound, wo und, wou nd, woun d.
Definition of wound:
- In criminal cases, the definition of a " wound" is an injury to the person hywhich the skin is broken. State v. Leonard, 22 Mo. 451; Moriarty v. Brooks, 6 Car. & P.084." In legal medicine, the term ' wound' is used in a much more comprehensive sensethan in surgery. In the latter, it means strictly a solution of continuity ; in the former,injuries of every description that affect either the hard or the soft parts; and accordinglyunder It are comprehended bruises, contusions, fractures, luxations," etc. 2 Beck, Med.Jur. 100.
- To inflict a wound.
- To inflict a wound upon; hurt; pain.
- To make a cut or hurt in; to hurt by violence; injure; hurt the feelings of: ( wound).
- To make a wound: to injure.
- To give a wound to; injure; hurt the feelings of.
- a series winding, or one in which the armature coil, the field- magnet coil, and the external circuit form a continuous conductor; a shunt winding, or one of such a character that the armature current is divided, a portion of the current being led around the field- magnet coils.
- imp. & amp; p. p. of Wind to twist, and Wind to sound by blowing.
- imp. & p. p. of Wind to twist, and Wind to sound by blowing.
- An injury or traumatism, usually with a solution of continuity.
- An injuring in which tissues are separated.
- Pa. t. and pa. p. of WIND, to turn.
- Of to wind.
- Imp. & pp. of WIND, v.
- To hurt by violence; to inflict a wound on; to pain.
- To cut or rend the skin or flesh of an animal; to hurt or injure by violence.
- Pt. of the verb wind.
- Of Wind.
- a casualty to military personnel resulting from combat
- any break in the skin or an organ caused by violence or surgical incision
- the act of inflicting a wound
- a figurative injury ( to your feelings or pride); " he feared that mentioning it might reopen the wound"; " deep in her breast lives the silent wound"; " The right reader of a good poem can tell the moment it strikes him that he has taken an immortal wound-- that he will never get over it"-- Robert Frost
- A hurt or injury caused by violence; specifically, a breach of the skin and flesh of an animal, or in the substance of any creature or living thing; a cut, stab, rent, or the like.
- Fig.: An injury, hurt, damage, detriment, or the like, to feeling, faculty, reputation, etc.
- An injury to the person by which the skin is divided, or its continuity broken; a lesion of the body, involving some solution of continuity.
- To hurt by violence; to produce a breach, or separation of parts, in, as by a cut, stab, blow, or the like.
- To hurt the feelings of; to pain by disrespect, ingratitude, or the like; to cause injury to.
- A cut; an injury by which the skin is divided; a stab; a hurt; hence, injury or harm to feelings, reputation, etc.
- A cut or bruise: hurt: injury.
- A cut; injury; hurt.
- A hurt or injury caused by violence, as a stab, etc.
- A ent or suchlike injury to the skin or flesh of an animal; any hurt or injury given by violence.
- put in a coil
- Of the verb wind.
- Twined in a circular direction upwards; twined in a circuitous manner.