damning

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adjective damn·ing \ˈda-miŋ\

Definition of damning

  1. 1 :  bringing damnation a damning sin

  2. 2 :  causing or leading to condemnation or ruin presented some damning testimony

damningly

play \-miŋ-lē\ adverb

Examples of damning in a Sentence

  1. a damning flaw in the program cost the company millions of dollars

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First Known Use of damning

1595



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