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
For Algonquin, the swiftly rising Fox River hearkened back to memories of damaging flooding in 2013, according to village President John Schmitt.
Sekulow, in multiple interviews on Sunday, tried to downplay the controversy over the 2016 meeting, apparently held after an intermediary said a Russian lawyer could have damaging information on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
But one Texas resident, a father named Ken Ballard, knows how damaging this kind of discriminatory legislation can be.
Some Republicans believe that breaking their promise may be less damaging than backing a measure that could cost millions of Americans their healthcare coverage.
The storms could produce hail and damaging winds of 60 to 70 mph.
Our collective tendency to soften or sugarcoat the cruel, damaging, and aggressive behavior of predatory men is what allows so many of them to get away with it.
Much more damaging to the children than ISIS’s curriculum was its propaganda.
Recently insta was voted as the most damaging app to body image/self esteem.
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First Known Use of damaging
DAMAGING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of damaging for English Language Learners
: causing or able to cause damage
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