endamage

verb
en·​dam·​age | \ in-ˈda-mij \
endamaged; endamaging; endamages

Definition of endamage 

transitive verb

: to cause loss or damage to

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Examples of endamage in a Sentence

a thoughtless indiscretion that endamaged a reputation that took a lifetime to build

First Known Use of endamage

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for endamage

Middle English

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Endamoebidae

end-and-end

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