UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈwuːndɪd/US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(wo̅o̅ndid)

WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. a wounded [victim, soldier, hero, person, man]
  2. [attend to, help, assist, examine] the wounded [victims]
  3. have a wounded [arm, leg, knee]
  4. found wounded in [action, battle, enemy territory]
  5. wounded [pride, feelings, dignity, heart]
  6. tried to [heal, disguise, hide] her wounded [pride]
  7. [restore, mend, salve] his wounded [pride]
  1. [attend to, treat, help] the wounded
  2. came to the [rescue, aid] of the wounded
  3. set up a [tent, bay] for the wounded
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. a [knife, stab, gunshot] wound
  2. has [multiple, several] [knife] wounds
  3. [a festering, an open, a healing] wound
  4. the wound is [festering]
  5. the wound is scabbing over
  6. a wound on her [arm, leg, shoulder]
  7. an [arm] wound
  8. suffered a wound to the [arm]
  9. is [just, only] a flesh wound
  10. has bandages [on, covering] his wound
  11. [dress, treat, clean] the wound
  12. [dress] the wound with [alcohol, iodine, a salve]
  13. change the wound's [dressing, bandage]
  14. wrap the wound with [gauze, cotton]
  15. [cover, protect] existing wounds (from)
  16. the wound [finally, eventually, has now] healed
  17. cure plant wounds
  18. was a [deep, serious] wound to his pride
  19. idiom: licked his wounds after the defeat
  1. was wounded [in the war, at war, in battle, in the field, on the field of battle]
  2. she wounded her [arm, knee, leg]
  3. the [shot, bullet, blast] wounded him in the [arm]
  4. wounded his [pride, self confidence]
  5. wounded her chances of [succeeding, winning, progressing, becoming]
  6. was [badly, critically, slightly, lightly] wounded [in, when, by]
past participle
  1. [fully, half, partially] wound
  2. a [fully] -wound [clock, watch]
  3. the [clock] is [fully] wound
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