“Insult to injury,” her attorney, Steven Turano, said afterward, insisting that his client is innocent.
I would have chosen absolutely any other kind of injury or disease but this.
The injury left his pupil permanently dilated, making that eye appear to be a different color than the other.
If football ever dies, it will be an expanded definition of “injury” that kills it.
Q. Do you know how Mr. Davis sustained that injury during that incident?
But there has been no mistake,—and there shall be no injury.
Who among you ever received an injury from that kind old man?
If the injury be extensive, the best thing the farmer can do is to slaughter the animal.
I am sure the injury you speak of could not have happened when he was in charge.
The injury that his mind had sustained now assumed an aspect that was serious indeed.
injury in·ju·ry (ĭn'jə-rē)
Damage, harm, or loss, as from trauma.
A particular form of hurt, damage, or loss.