Synonyms for Injury:

adj.

wrong (adjective)
disservice.

n.

attest, gash, twinge, puncture, blind trust, contusion, scar, alienation, assignment, scratch, cause, bail, cancellation, laceration, assign, sprain, swelling, fracture, alienate, cut, cancel, hemorrhage. offense, loss, scrape, self-injury, insult, injustice, bruising, disservice, wrong, concussion. detraction (noun)
injustice.
hurt, harm (noun)
cut, injustice, bite, mischief, cramp, insult, hemorrhage, loss, gash, disservice, distress, sprain, pang, stab, agony, affliction, sting, trauma, misery, swelling, sore, twinge, scratch, fracture, bruise, laceration, slander, wrong, burn, suffering, scar, wound.
injury (noun)
trauma, wound, combat injury, hurt, harm, accidental injury.
pain (noun)
headache, bruise, discomfort, painfulness, earache, spasm, wound, inflammation, chafing, stab, wrench, gripe, crick, burn, pain, infliction, throb, bite, rack, Back Ache, torment, sore, distress, smarting, stitch, torture, malaise, ache, pang, Migraine, grief, irritation, affliction, agony, cramp, suffering, misery, hurt, sting, anguish, throe.

v.

discharge (verb)
hemorrhage.

Other synonyms:

smear campaign, self-injury, fracture, raw deal, ignominy, character assassination. inequity, bruising, concussion. smear, discredit, slander. scrape. bruise
contusion.
cicatrix
scar.
hurt
scratch.
tear
laceration.
twist
sprain.
welt
swelling.
Other relevant words:
discredit, ignominy, combat injury, laceration, cut, inequity, hemorrhage, insult, harm, disservice, fracture, scrape, mischief, scratch, bruising, accidental injury, slander, trauma, loss, swelling, scar, twinge, puncture, gash, concussion, injustice, raw deal, self-injury, contusion, sprain, offense, wrong.

Usage examples for injury

  1. Other instances have occurred, where still greater injury has been produced by the removal of a portion of the skill and capital of the country to a foreign land. – On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures by Charles Babbage
  2. To hunt him, and catch him, and marry him to his own injury that would be impossible to her. – The Duke's Children by Anthony Trollope
  3. Dalton received no benefit from his journey, but his friends were happy enough that he had received no injury – The Living Link by James De Mille