To Lácerate. v.a. [lacero, Latin.] To tear; to rend; to separate by violence.
And my sons lacerate and rip up, viper like, the womb that brought them forth. Howel's England's Tears.
The heat breaks through the water, so as to lacerate and lift up great bubbles too heavy for the air to buoy up, and causeth boiling. Derham's Physico-Theology.
Here lacerated friendship claims a tear. Va. of human Wishes.