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endamage

verb en·dam·age \in-ˈda-mij\

Definition of ENDAMAGE

transitive verb
:  to cause loss or damage to

Examples of ENDAMAGE

  1. <a thoughtless indiscretion that endamaged a reputation that took a lifetime to build>

Origin of ENDAMAGE

Middle English
First Known Use: 14th century

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