An injury appearing as an area of discolored skin on the body, caused by a blow or impact rupturing underlying blood vessels
A similar area of damage on a fruit, vegetable, or plant
an injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration
injure the underlying soft tissue or bone of; "I bruised my knee"
hurt: hurt the feelings of; "She hurt me when she did not include me among her guests"; "This remark really bruised my ego"
break up into small pieces for food preparation; "bruise the berries with a wooden spoon and strain them"
damage (plant tissue) by abrasion or pressure; "The customer bruised the strawberries by squeezing them"
(bruising) causing mental or emotional injury; "a bruising experience"; "protected from the bruising facts of battle"- John Mason Brown
A bruise, also called a contusion, is a type of relatively minor hematoma of tissue in which capillaries and sometimes venules are damaged by trauma, allowing blood to seep into the surrounding interstitial tissues. ...
(Bruises (song)) "Bruises" is the first single off Brooklyn-based band Chairlift's second album Does You Inspire You. Bruises was featured in a commercial for Apple's 4th generation iPod Nano, and in "Walter's Walk", the second episode of the USA Network series Covert Affairs. ...
A purplish mark on the skin due to leakage of blood from capillaries under the surface that have been damaged by a blow; A dark mark on fruit caused by a blow to its surface; To strike (a person), originally with something flat or heavy, but now specifically in such a way as to discolour the ...
(Bruised) A “straight up” Martini that is shaken, instead of stirred
(Bruised) The same as Debruised.
(bruised) Term used to a describe a cheese that is off-color or possesses dents or other abnormalities.
(BRUISES) To dream you have bruises anywhere on your body tells you to take care of your health or it may suffer due to you going beyond your own strength, or caused by stress. For others to have bruises signifies a loss of money.
(Bruises) injuries of, and leakage of blood into, the subcutaneous tissues, but without an open wound. In the simplest case minute vessels rupture and blood occupies the skin in the immediate area. A larger injury may be accompanied by swelling. ...
(Bruising) Fungi that change colors when handled, even carefully.
(Bruising) Footfall damage to vegetation.
(Bruising) In order to promote and quicken oxidation, the leaves may be bruised by shaking and tossing in a bamboo tray,^ tumbling in baskets or by being kneaded or rolled over by heavy wheels. ...
(Bruising) With sufficient trauma, anyone will suffer a bruise—this is both natural and often unavoidable. It is only when bruising occurs often and from very minor (often unnoticed) trauma that a problem may exist. Bruising is sometimes caused by a low platelet count. ...
Bruising, like tearing, is caused by impact to the skull. The impact forces the soft tissue of the brain into the much harder skull. The collision between the tissue and the skull may rupture small blood vessels allowing blood to escape into areas of the brain unsuitable for such blood. ...
a collection of blood due to broken blood vessels underneath the skin usually caused by trauma. A bruise causes discoloration and swelling in the area.
A raised area in the steel caused by an object going between the work rolls and bruising them.
An inclusion consisting of surface crumbling, often accompanied by tiny, root like feathers .
injury producing a hematoma or diffuse extravasation of blood without breaking the skin
A discoloration of the skin due to an extravasation of blood into the underlying tissues.
Any tire injury which weakens, breaks, or separates the carcass cords without damaging the visible rubber surface.