Examples of damaging in a Sentence
the damaging effects of the sun on your skin
The storm may produce damaging winds.
He says he has damaging information about the candidate.
The evidence was very damaging to their case.
Recent Examples of damaging from the Web
Tory rebels have already proposed legislative amendments designed to keep Britain within a customs union, which could inflict a damaging defeat on Theresa May’s government if Labour supports them (see Bagehot).
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte harbours fears of missing out on Champions League qualification for next season after a damaging defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford.
The main concerns with Saturday's storms will be damaging wind gusts, but brief tornadoes will also be possible, especially in the northwest.
The 2010 earthquake that devastated Port-au-Prince was just the latest in a series of damaging tremors, but the scale of destruction and harm, still widely visible to this day, cannot be overstated.
Yet, like many other nearby structures, the building lacked protection from preventable, damaging fires.
And what would move someone to give a six-figure sum to a woman believed to have damaging information about their boss?
Kernell, who read that Palin may have conducted official business as governor of Alaska on her personal account, failed to find politically damaging information about Palin, who was Sen. John McCain's running mate at the time of the hacking.
Save Texts, E-Mails, and Instagrams Harassers often send damaging information.
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DAMAGING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of damaging for English Language Learners
: causing or able to cause damage
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