Examples of damning in a Sentence
a damning flaw in the program cost the company millions of dollars
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Indecision 1992 Comedy Central special, predated The Daily Show both in its tone and style: snide and smart, with an emphasis on digging through archives for damning material.
LeAnn, for her part, is trying to wrangle Aidan Macallan, the computers guru on the lam who is threatening to leak damning information on the Underwoods if the manhunt for him isn’t called off.
Far more damning evidence of Milosz’s disaffection with the regime lay in notebooks, full of poems that were not published until years later.
This is a damning piece of news for the White House caught under an avalanche of revelations about its dealings with Russia.
The Future Will be Streamed Year-over-year linear losses are pretty damning for a lot of shows.
Mr. Hastings, who died in 2013, sketched a rollicking, damning portrait of a commander in over his head, enthralled by his own hype and in less than perfect control of his mouth.
Shag Phones Prepaid cell phones used by a couple involved in an illicit affair, to keep damning evidence from showing up on caller logs, caller ID, or phone bills.
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