lacerate \LAS-uh-reyt\, verb:
- to tear roughly; mangle: The barbed wire lacerated his hands.
- to distress or torture mentally or emotionally; wound deeply; pain greatly: His bitter criticism lacerated my heart.
Lacerate entered English in the late 1500s from the Latin lacer meaning "mangled" or "torn."
- Commonly use in Ottawa. Word use to say bitch, ho or slut.
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