Examples of damning in a Sentence
a damning flaw in the program cost the company millions of dollars
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Think about that damning assessment for a second, and try not to rage or feel discouraged.
The commission's full statement on the decision makes for quite damning reading.
Then in a damning blog post earlier this year, former Uber engineer Susan Fowler detailed how the company seemed to cover for a manager with a history of propositioning women who worked for him.
JaMychal Green Green has carved out a place for himself as a sturdy big without much damning weakness.
In the documents, TMG also alleges that Depp sought to cover up the abuse by denying the veracity of a damning text exchange between his assistant and Heard, in which the assistant apologizes to Heard for Depp’s behavior.
Perhaps the most damning part of the report is its assessment that George [now Lord] Carey, who was then the archbishop of Canterbury, was warned about Ball’s actions, but did nothing.
This isn't the first time the integrity of the league has been called into question; highly publicized conspiracy theories like the Frozen Envelope and former referee Tim Donaghy's damning book have circulated for years.
Although no additional testimony is scheduled after Comey, the Senate Intelligence Committee could hold additional hearings and offer immunity to convince someone to provide damning evidence.
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