damnify

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verb dam·ni·fy \ ˈdam-nə-ˌfī \

Definition of damnify

damnified; damnifying
transitive verb
:to cause loss or damage to

Origin and Etymology of damnify

Middle French damnifier, from Old French, from Late Latin damnificare, from Latin damnificus injurious, from damnum damage


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