Definition of injury :
Any damage or violation of, the person, character, feelings, rights, property, or interests of an individual; that which injures, or occasions wrong, loss, damage, or detriment; harm; hurt; loss; mischief; wrong; evil; as, his health was impaired by a severe injury; slander is an injury to the character.
stigma, attest, disfigurement, puncture, trauma, a stain on someone's character/reputation etc., assignment, lesion, tarnish, inequity, swelling, smear, unjustness, smirch, taint, spot, dent, alienate, contusion, gash, stain, scar, loss of face, combat injury, injustice, slander, sprain, scathe, speck, help, cancellation, defacement, brand, damage, right, disgrace, soil, psychic trauma, under a cloud, cause, mischief, fracture, dishonor, insult, alienation, bail, cut, crack, smear campaign, shaft, laceration, blur, impairment, bruising, self-injury, wrong, loss, assign, blemish, offense, discredit, unfairness, raw deal, ignominy, wounding, character assassination, detriment, scratch, concussion, hemorrhage, blind trust, scrape, defect, law, disservice, twinge, reproach, flaw, blot, daub, deformity, cancel, accidental injury, fault, harm, imperfection
pain (part of speech: noun)
grief, spasm, headache, burn, hurt, stitch, painfulness, suffering, wound, stab, malaise, earache, smarting, cramp, bite, crick, sting, migraine, pain, pang, rack, torment, back-ache, infliction, gripe, distress, sore, agony, ache, affliction, irritation, anguish, wrench, throe, torture, misery, discomfort, inflammation, bruise, throb, chafing
- But that was no injury. - "The Disowned, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- She loved little Peter, but it seemed an injury just then to have to take care of him. - "Nine Little Goslings", Susan Coolidge.
- In his heart he determined to do his enemy as great an injury as his enemy had done him. - "Heart Talks", Charles Wesley Naylor.