verb (used with object), lacerated, lacerating.
to tear roughly; mangle:
The barbed wire lacerated his hands.
to distress or torture mentally or emotionally; wound deeply; pain greatly:
His bitter criticism lacerated my heart.
verb (transitive) (ˈlæsəˌreɪt)
to tear (the flesh, etc) jaggedly
to hurt or harrow (the feelings, etc)
adjective (ˈlæsəˌreɪt; -rɪt)
having edges that are jagged or torn; lacerated: lacerate leaves
lacerate lac·er·ate (lās’ə-rāt’)
v. lac·er·at·ed, lac·er·at·ing, lac·er·ates
To rip, cut, or tear. adj. (-rĭt, -rāt’)
noun 1. the result of lacerating; a rough, jagged tear. 2. the act of lacerating. laceration lac·er·a·tion (lās’ə-rā’shən) n. A jagged wound or cut. The process or act of tearing tissue.
noun 1. an act or instance of lauding; encomium; tribute. noun 1. a formal word for praise
adjective 1. containing or expressing praise: overwhelmed by the speaker’s laudatory remarks. adjective 1. expressing or containing praise; eulogistic
noun See unschooling