Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
1‘there was blood running from a gash on his forehead’
laceration, cut, slash, tear, gouge, puncture, score, incision, slit, split, rip, rent, nick, cleft
scratch, scrape, graze, abrasion
wound, injury, lesion, contusion
1‘Frank gashed his hand on some broken glass’
lacerate, slash, gouge, puncture, incise, score, slit, split, rend, nick, snick, notch, cleave
scratch, scrape, graze, abrade
wound, injure, hurt, damage, maim
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