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hurt

hurt

 
 
pronunciation:
huhrt
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb, noun, adjective
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: hurt, hurting, hurts
definition 1: to cause physical damage, pain, or impairment to.
I hurt my arm when I fell.He hurt her by accident.
synonyms:
damage, injure, wound
antonyms:
restore
similar words:
agonize, bruise, harm, impair, kill, pain, spite
definition 2: to cause emotional suffering to.
She was hurt by the insulting words.
synonyms:
sting
antonyms:
comfort, heal
similar words:
agonize, bruise, cut, harm, injure, pain, spite, tear, upset, wound
definition 3: to damage, harm, or weaken.
The low test score hurt his grade average.
synonyms:
damage, harm
antonyms:
benefit, improve
similar words:
impair, injure, prejudice, weaken
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition 1: to feel pain, suffering, or distress.
My head hurts.
similar words:
ache, burn, pain, smart, sting, suffer
definition 2: to inflict pain, damage, or suffering.
The truth sometimes hurts.
similar words:
cut, pain, smart, sting, wound
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: an injury, pain, or affliction.
synonyms:
injury, pain
similar words:
ache, affliction, distress, sting, wound
definition 2: a cause of physical or emotional pain or suffering.
similar words:
affliction, bane, injury, pain, sore, sorrow
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part of speech: adjective
definition: physically or emotionally pained or injured.
a hurt fingerhurt feelings
synonyms:
injured, sore, wounded
antonyms:
all right, healed
similar words:
bruised
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