Examples of harmful in a Sentence
DDT has been proven to be extremely harmful to the environment.
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Texas is home to over 115 different species and subspecies of snakes, but only about 15 of those are potentially harmful to humans.
City officials and business leaders have said that the union’s petitions would be harmful to municipal governance in a number of ways.
There is debate over whether the chemicals are harmful to humans and animals.
By December of 2017, even Facebook’s in-house research team was admitting that using Facebook the way Facebook is generally used in reality is harmful to users’ mental health and well-being.
Presley’s movies were harmful to his image as an innovator, Petty says.
The series looks at the ways in which young men can experience emotions and not be so forced into gender stereotypes that may eventually be harmful to their relationships with women.
Seventy-one percent of Republicans say a major reason for identifying with their party is that Democratic policies are harmful to the country.
Each species requires a specialized diet and feeding an animal the wrong food can be harmful to its health.
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Definition of harmful for English Language Learners
: causing or capable of causing damage or harm
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