Adjective "gashed" definition and examples

(Gashed may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ɡaʃ/

Definitions and examples

noun

A long, deep cut or wound.
  1. 'Tommy, a former fitness instructor, suffered deep gashes to both legs in the drama.'
  2. 'The deep gashes to his legs, arms and neck were healing nicely and he seemed relaxed.'
  3. 'He suffered a deep gash on his thigh and was taken to hospital suffering shock, but was later discharged.'
  4. 'One drinker suffered a suspected heart attack and another was hit in the face with a piece of glass, causing a deep gash.'
  5. 'There was a bite mark on his arm and a deep gash on his forehead.'
  6. 'He had several deep gashes on his chest and on his arms.'
  7. 'Remove skin from the drumsticks and make deep gashes on each drumstick both inside and outside to allow the marinade to penetrate.'
  8. 'The pensioner was left with one broken leg and a deep gash on the other.'
  9. 'The most notable damage sustained by either man was an ugly gash above Tyson's right eye, the result of an accidental clash of heads.'
  10. 'He comes into the squad after finally overcoming a deep gash to the knee, while Paul also returns.'
  11. 'the blast ripped a 25-foot gash in the hull'
  12. 'Their landing gear gouged huge gashes into the unpaved surface.'
  13. 'He started into a running pattern almost under the vehicle but not quite, stabbing where and when he could, creating gashes under its hull.'
  14. 'The vandal cut a four-inch-deep gash all the way around the trunk - 27 feet in circumference.'
  15. 'The resultant 12m gash in the hull should have prompted frantic calls for assistance.'
  16. 'He wanted detailed pictures of the famous gash in her hull.'
  17. 'Without warning my foothold broke and I slid downward ripping a gash in the plastic that held the containers of water together.'
  18. 'He lifted it up and placed it against the massive gash in the hull of the freighter.'
A woman's vulva.

    verb

    Make a long, deep cut in.
    1. 'Her right shoulder was gashed open and trickling with blood.'
    2. 'He had swallowed a lot of water, gashed himself badly on the craggy rocks and was wearing a heavy Aran sweater, a pair of heavy boots.'
    3. 'I tripped, chipping a knee-cap and gashing the flesh.'
    4. 'It is my sad duty to report that he has broken his right arm in a bike accident, he has badly bruised his left arm (for those of you who don't know he is left handed) and has badly gashed his chin.'
    5. 'After profuse pledges to call me on the intercom to assist her to the bathroom, she proceeded to get up unattended promptly falling on the cane and gashing her shin so badly she was sitting in a pool of blood by the time I got there.'
    6. 'A washing machine he was putting into the skip slipped backwards, gashing his forehead, splitting his nose and leaving his fingers badly lacerated.'
    7. 'You finally get the volume down to less than 100 decibels, your heart is thumping and you notice that you're bleeding through your jeans where the cat gashed your knees during his flight.'
    8. 'First of the physical casualties was he himself, gashing his hand in an accident at home in November, which hampered his training, then he was halted again, this time by a bout of tonsillitis at the start of 2004.'
    9. 'Last year, at the Malaysian resort of Langkawi, he fell down a set of steps, gashing his head.'
    10. 'A 40-year-old mother had to be airlifted to hospital after gashing her head on a Lakeland ramble.'

    noun

    Rubbish or waste.
    1. 'The only manual input to the system is the rubbish hopper, where gash bags are fed into a chute to be shredded, and the galley waste macerator.'

    More definitions

    1. a long, deep wound or cut; slash.

    2. Slang: Vulgar. the vagina. Extremely Disparaging and Offensive. a contemptuous term used to refer to a woman considered as a sex object. verb (used with object)

    3. to make a long, deep cut in; slash.

    More examples(as adjective)

    "thighs can be gashed."

    "lips can be gashed."

    "heads can be gashed."

    "hands can be gashed."

    "shins can be gashed."

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    Origin

    (gash)1920s (originally in nautical use): of unknown origin.