Definition of lacerated:
The master never again thought of the pupil till he lay on his own death- bed, with his flesh lacerated and his limbs broken by the wheel; but he felt not those pains; there was another far more acute within; conscience had re- asserted its sway, he remembered him he had betrayed, and how he had died.- "The Prime Minister", W.H.G. Kingston.
My man, the admiral said, while his eye roved over the torn and lacerated bare back and shoulders, saw the old and new cuts and bruises, and observed the half- starved flanks through which the bones were plainly visible- my man, you understand English.- "In the Day of Adversity", John Bloundelle-Burton.
- "The Killer", Stewart Edward White.