Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [h'ɝts]
"I suppose she thinks that hurts me.
"The colour hurts my eyes," she said.
And that which hurts not does no evil?
And that which is not hurtful hurts not?
It's the truth, and it hurts me, but I can't help it.
As for my garden, it hurts me every time I go into it.
It's not what people do to you, but what they mean, that hurts."
It hurts no one, therefore, and provokes a great deal of innocent mirth.
It never hurts a fool to appear before an audience, for his capacity is not a capacity for feeling.
Memory died in him, the hurts became callouses, the world-pain died out of his heart, and to cling became a habit.