Noun(1) a painful injury to a joint caused by a sudden wrenching of its ligaments
Verb(1) twist suddenly so as to sprain
(1) Finally, wiping away the tears that had formed in the corners of my eyes as result of my laughter, I lifted one of my crutches in the air and said, ├ö├ç├┐Just a sprain !├ö├ç├û(2) ├ö├ç├┐It's just a mild sprain ,├ö├ç├û informed the doctor, leaving the room so they could talk in private.(3) My, that's quite a sprain you've got there.(4) I had no idea that pretending to sprain your ankle would hurt so badly.(5) Luckily, the x-ray showed no break, and it was deemed a rather vicious sprain .(6) From the angle at which he held his wrist, he had sustained a mild sprain .(7) I forgot about my sprain until a second later when I tried to yank off my shoe.(8) he suffered a bad sprain(9) I was checking to make sure you didn't sprain your ankle or anything.(10) She pretended to trip on a cobblestone and feigned a sprain .(11) It just seems to be a minor sprain , just stay off of it for a few days and you should be fine.(12) Alex sat on the edge of the pool, letting her feet dangle in the cool water, and was careful about her sprain .(13) He sprained his ankle after he saw you sprain your wrist.(14) His ankle is a bit swollen, a minor sprain , but he should stay off it for about two to three weeks.(15) Acute injuries, such as a sudden sprain or muscle pull, seem to happen out of the blue.(16) He'd suffered multiple sprains and cuts, but nothing very serious.
(1) sprain ankle :: tapuvae mapeva
1. turn ::
2. wrench ::
3. twist ::
4. wrick ::
5. rick ::
Different Formssprain, sprained, spraining, sprains
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