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The act of subjecting to strong attack; SYN. banging.
Or contusion; Patch of discoloration on the skin resulting from seepage of blood from damaged underlying vessels. It is caused by injury, usually a blow. The change in color of a bruise is due to degradation of hemoglobin in the tissues.An injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration; SYN. contusion.
ETYM New Lat., from Greek, to extravasate; ex out of + chymein to pour.
A livid or black and blue spot, produced by the effusion of blood into the areolar tissue; a bruise; a contusion.
Black-and-blue spot; discolored spot due to effusion of blood into tissue.
ETYM AS. walu a mark of stripes or blows, probably originally, a rod; akin to Icel. völr, Goth. walus a rod, staff. Cf. Goal, Weal a wale.
(Homonym: wail, whale).
1. A ridge of texture in a fabric; SYN. welt, weal, wheal.
2. A ridge of thick planking along the side of a wooden ship; SYN. strake.
3. A raised mark on the skin (as produced by a blow); SYN. welt, weal, wheal.
1. A sound, healthy, or prosperous state; well-being
ETYM Old Eng. welte, probably from W. gwald a hem, a welt, gwaldu to welt or to hem.
A raised or strengthened seam.