injury (n.) Old form(s): iniurie , Iniuries, Iniury
grievance, wrong, complaint
1H4 V.i.50[Worcester to King Henry] What with the injuries of a wanton time
2H4 I.iii.14[Hastings to Archbishop, of Northumberland] whose bosom burns / With an incensed fire of injuries
Cor V.i.65[Cominius to all, of Coriolanus] his injury / The gaoler to his pity
KJ II.i.187[Constance to King John, of Queen Eleanor and Arthur] her sin [is] his injury
TC IV.iv.32[Troilus to Cressida] injury of chance / Puts back leave-taking
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