Early in the day he had received a flesh-wound in the leg, from which the blood flowed profusely.
Stanton was dead, and James was bleeding badly from the flesh-wound in his leg.
He had received a flesh-wound above the eyes, and his forehead was bandaged, but the rest of the face uncovered.
You saw what you did with two cartridges—got in one flesh-wound.
The cut had missed its aim, it was low down on the throat, near the collar-bone; it was a flesh-wound, not dangerous.
From its feeling my arm seemed to be shot off, but it was only a flesh-wound.
He said it was only a flesh-wound, and remained with his command until night.
Notwithstanding, we hoped it might be only a flesh-wound, and not to speed him in his sins.'
But let us speak about the wound: it is only a flesh-wound, and has neither touched bone nor nerve.
If it is only a flesh-wound or slight cut, wash it with cold water and bandage it with a clean, white rag.
flesh wound n.
A wound that penetrates the flesh but does not damage underlying bones or vital organs.