stone bruise

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  • Footstepsinthesand returned from the race with a foot injury, later described as a "stone bruise".
  • If Kenneth Ford could see her now, limping along like a little girl with a stone bruise! Cited from Rilla of Ingleside, by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • The last boy, the one with the stone-bruise on his heel, limps around the corner. Cited from Back Home, by Eugene Wood
  • It's enough when a fellow takes me out that he can tuck me up in a six-cylinder and make me forget my stone-bruise. Cited from Gaslight Sonatas, by Fannie Hurst
  • Just now I've got a stone-bruise on my big toe, but I tell you I can get round pretty fast just the same. Cited from Stories Worth Rereading, by Various
  • "Peter has a stone bruise and I'm using liniment." Cited from Suzanna Stirs the Fire, by Emily Calvin Blake
  • Both were limping slightly, for neither boy was accustomed to traveling barefoot and both had picked up slight stone bruises in their progress. Cited from The High School Boys' Fishing Trip, by H. Irving Hancock
  • The stone bruise is also looking unusually well for this season of the year, and chilblains were in full bloom when I was there. Cited from Remarks, by Bill Nye
  • There is a difference in boys: some are always jolly, and some go scowling always through life as if they had a stone-bruise on each heel. Cited from The Complete Writings of Charles Dudley Warner V4
  • I shall strew flowers for you, you shall tread upon roses, and not a thorn shall prick you and not a stone bruise you. Cited from The Youth of the Great Elector, by L. Muhlbach
  • Paul's little hands were scratched; and there was a stone bruise on the heel he pushed from cover of the blankets. Cited from Lazarre, by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • "Got a thorn in your shoe, or a stone-bruise, or a chilblain?" Cited from Vanguards of the Plains, by Margaret McCarter
  • In good time, if the boy is kept growing, he will have outgrown his stone-bruises, his chapped hands, his freckles, his warts, and his physical and spiritual awkwardness. Cited from Reveries of a Schoolmaster, by Francis B. Pearson
  • As fast as his bare feet -- with a stone bruise on one heel -- would carry him he sped to Solly Gumble's. Cited from The Wrong Twin, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • He was obliged to limp that day, for his stone-bruise was coming on finely; but he had gone half a mile out of his way to worship at this wayside shrine. Cited from The Boss of Little Arcady, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • The leaves of the Jamestown weed, mashed with cream, are good for a stone-bruise. Cited from Domestic Cookery, by Elizabeth E. Lea
  • He said I thought I was smart, and he asked me if I was hurt any, and I told him all I could find was a stone bruise on my spine where I struck a prairie dog house. Cited from Peck's Bad Boy at the Circus, by George W. Peck
  • Shortly after the Oaks, Imagine sustained an injury (described by O'Brien as a "stone bruise") which interrupted her training.
  • Lon Pelly, just in from a ride out to the line shack, remarked to the boys in the bunk-house that Cheyenne walked as though his brains were in his feet and he didn't want to get stone bruises stepping on them. Cited from Partners of Chance, by Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • Angy, who was complaining of a stone-bruise, got up and limped away, upsetting from her lap as she rose two kittens of tender years, who tumbled over each other before getting their legs under them, and staggered off, steering themselves jerkily with their tails. Cited from In Exile and Other Stories, by Mary Hallock Foote