Flesh-wound



[woond] /wund/

noun
1.
a wound that does not penetrate beyond the flesh; a slight or superficial wound.
/wuːnd/
noun
1.
a wound affecting superficial tissues

flesh wound n.
A wound that penetrates the flesh but does not damage underlying bones or vital organs.

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