- v cut or tear irregularly
- v deeply hurt the feelings of; distress
- s irregularly slashed and jagged as if torn
- s having edges that are jagged from injury
- And then McCain will have the luxury of going second batting last next week, staging a convention that will, no doubt, lacerate Obama and the Democrats and then climax with .
- In Scotland, memoirists would be expected to lacerate their enemies and rain garbage on them, and if you raked in $18 million doing it bingo! more power to you.
- Cataracts of electrically charged fragments of sound lacerate the air, scattering intimations of Dylan and colliding with the fierce rhythms of Springsteen's own wild fusion of .
- Princess Diana in Telegraph.co.uk
As Diana told me: "My mother and grandmother never got on. They clashed violently. My grandmother tried to lacerate me in any way she could. She feeds the Royal family with hideous comment about my mother running and leaving the children. Mummy's...