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Incised vs. Laceration

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Incisedadjective

cut, particularly with a "V" shape

Lacerationnoun

An irregular open wound caused by a blunt impact to soft tissue.

‘The doctor sewed up the laceration in his arm.’;

Incisedverb

simple past tense and past participle of incise

Lacerationnoun

The act of lacerating or tearing.

Incisedadjective

Cut in; carved; engraved.

Lacerationnoun

The act of lacerating.

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Incisedadjective

Having deep and sharp notches, as a leaf or a petal.

Lacerationnoun

A breach or wound made by lacerating.

Incisedadjective

sharply and deeply indented

Lacerationnoun

a torn ragged wound

Incisedadjective

cut into with a sharp instrument

Lacerationnoun

the act of lacerating

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Incisedadjective

cut or impressed into a surface;

‘an incised design’; ‘engraved invitations’;

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