Is Hurted A Word
One word hurts ????????
Injury is an interesting word because it represents the past / present / present tense. After all, no, that's not a word.
It's a word that hurts
In general, adding an eddy at the end of a word defines a past tense. In this case, the loss is always past, present and present. So to answer your question, no. Not a word hurts.
You say yes, I stepped on the nail and it hurt. No, yes, I stepped on the nail and it hurt. Just because it wasn't even a real word. That would be the reason. Short for why. Kno is not a word either. This is knowledge. As in knowledge. 2 is a number. I will use a word in 2. Two refers to a number. And that's what it's meant to be.
Trouble is not a word, even if you shoot it, think about it and put it in Google Dome and there will be a red line below it, in this case it is a wrong letter or even a word no.
No, HURTED is not the right word because HURT is already past tense and ED also means past tense and if you put HURT (which is past tense) and ED as double past tense then HURT is correct. No word required.
No, I said hurt, don't hurt. There is no such thing as Wounded in the English dictionary.