Definition Of casualty

noun

a person killed or injured in a war or accident.

And as we get more and faster trains on to the rails we can expect more deaths, so the casualty figures coldly used in cost benefit studies are all going to be out of date anyway.

Example Of casualty

  • A big, bald-headed dude was passed out on the bunk above, an early casualty of beer and Valium.

  • And as we get more and faster trains on to the rails we can expect more deaths, so the casualty figures coldly used in cost benefit studies are all going to be out of date anyway.

  • Another complicating factor is whether or not psychiatric cases are included in the casualty figures.

  • But another early casualty is conscience, routinely smothered in the national media echo chamber.

  • But casualties involving goods vehicles totalled 97 last year - the highest casualty figure recorded in the Bradford district.


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