What is injure?

  • (verb): Cause injuries or bodily harm to.
    Synonyms: wound
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on injures, injure:

List Of Terrorist Incidents, 2007 - April
... April 30 ... A bomb used against a police headquarters in Cali kills one and injures 30 ... April 23 ... Three suicide bombers kill one policeman and injure 23 people in Casablanca, Morocco. 222 ... Two suicide car bombs kill 33 people and injure 222 in Algiers, Algeria Al-Qaeda takes responsibility ...
National Football League Controversies - Coaching Controversies - New Orleans Saints Bounty Scandal
... Gregg Williams, that paid out bonuses, called "bounties", to purposely injure offensive players that the Saints were playing against ... Pamphilon released audio tapes of Williams telling his players to injure a select group of 49ers, with one of them being running back Kendall Hunter, and to knock him ... Williams also told them to injure Vernon Davis' ankles and tear wide receiver Michael Crabtree's ACL ...
Dharmayuddha in The Mahabharata
... No warrior may kill or injure a warrior who has surrendered ... No warrior may kill or injure an unarmed warrior ... No warrior may kill or injure an unconscious warrior ...
Modern Technique Of The Pistol - "D.V.C."
... Latin words Diligentia – Accuracy You must hit your assailant in order to injure him ... Celeritas – Speed You must strike him quickly, so your opponent does not injure you before you injure him ...
Lionel Tate - Felony Murder Controversy
... Tate of first-degree murder even if the jury did not believe that the he intended to kill or injure anyone—all that was required was that Tate knowingly abused ... the prosecution having to prove that he intended to kill or injure, or realized that his acts are likely to kill or injure, or even that a typical child of ...

More definitions of "injure":

  • (verb): Cause damage or affect negatively.
    Synonyms: hurt

Famous quotes containing the word injure:

    Constitutional statutes ... which embody the settled public opinion of the people who enacted them and whom they are to govern—can always be enforced. But if they embody only the sentiments of a bare majority, pronounced under the influence of a temporary excitement, they will, if strenuously opposed, always fail of their object; nay, they are likely to injure the cause they are framed to advance.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    It is a doctrine alike of the oldest and of the newest philosophy, that man is one, and that you cannot injure any member, without a sympathetic injury to all the members.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    When people who are fighting injure a pregnant woman so that there is a miscarriage, and yet no further harm follows, the one responsible shall be fined what the woman’s husband demands, paying as much as the judges determine.
    Bible: Hebrew, Exodus 21:22.