no harm done

idiom

informal
used to tell someone that no apology or concern is necessary because no damage has been done
"I'm so sorry about forgetting to call earlier." "That's OK. No harm done."

Examples of no harm done in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web But instead, this Requiem was representative of van Zweden’s tenure: There was no harm done, but also nothing approaching remarkable. Joshua Barone, New York Times, 31 May 2024 And there's no harm done at the ballot box if a lawmaker proposes a lot of bills that don't move ahead, said Voss, the political scientist. Rebecca Grapevine, The Courier-Journal, 12 Apr. 2024 There’s no harm done, but the drive back to the pits seems long and strangely silent. Tim Pitt, Robb Report, 22 Mar. 2024 If your siding is past its warranty and nearing its lifespan, there's no harm done by trying out one of the top-of-the-line acrylic paints available now. Nafeesah Allen, Better Homes & Gardens, 23 Oct. 2023 Yeah, there was no harm done to that musical part of herself. Chris Willman, Variety, 23 June 2023 Since their skull is flexible, your little one's downy head has already survived a pretty rough ride with no harm done. Denise Schipani, Parents, 22 June 2023

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“No harm done.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/no%20harm%20done. Accessed 25 Jul. 2024.

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