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
But the rarity of family meals across the socioeconomic divide may be just as damaging.
The weather service’s Storm Prediction Center estimates about 15 percent chances of severe winds exceeding 50 mph, up to 5 percent chances of damaging hail and up to 2 percent chances of tornadoes across Maryland.
His brinkmanship in bilateral trade negotiations is damaging U.S. agricultural and manufacturing interests.
He was charged with criminal damaging and disorderly conduct; public intoxication.
Defeat to Chelsea on Sunday, following damaging draws against Stoke and West Brom, has taken the race for Champions League football next season into the final week of the season.
Part of that money will pay for work on dolphins -- barriers placed to prevent ships from damaging structures -- at the Industrial Canal lock in New Orleans.
In Oklahoma, sirens warned residents to take shelter as ominous clouds brought a piercing rain and damaging tornadoes.
Finally, the Protect and Prevent Spray shields hair from damaging UV rays, pollution, and oxidation.
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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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