GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. causing harm or injury.
- adj. designed or tending to discredit, especially without positive or helpful suggestions.
- adj. designed or tending to discredit, especially without positive or helpful suggestions
- adj. (sometimes followed by `to') causing harm or injury
- damage + -ing (Wiktionary)
“I think you forgot to include fair warning that anime can be complete * crack* and brain damaging from the POV that they don't bother to make any sense or explain themselves!”
“Lane began by negotiating a truce in a price war in the Far East between Royal Dutch and Shell and by putting an end to what he called the damaging “battledore and shuttlecock game of accusation” between Samuel and Deterding.”
“Bizos said the deleted parts contained what he described as damaging admissions by Gaye about discussions between her and her husband shortly after Hani's murder.”
“Grassroots Liberal Democrat members overwhelmingly rejected what they called the "damaging and unjustified" shake-up of GP services, including more scrutiny of GP consortia in a vote at their spring conference.”
“He underscored the issue of gun smuggling along the borders, but homed in on what he described as the damaging practice of certain characters being handed weapons within the approved channels, adding that the administration had had to directly address this issue a few years ago.”
“In another indirect effect of global stimulus efforts, investors worried about long-term damaging effects, especially the possibility of higher inflation and exploding budget deficits, and bid up gold prices to record highs.”
“He's also the founder of Wen, a revolutionary line of haircare products meant to combat the long term damaging effects of shampoos.”
“The reason I find this "if there's no force, it wasn't rape" bullshit to be so damaging is that many rape survivors are wont to blame themselves anyway; in this sort of situation, people cast about for what they did wrong.”
“What's damaging is Treasury's failure to create and mandate a loan modification program that would actually help homeowners stay in their homes and stabilize their communities, wrote Rheingold.”
“Also damaging is the fact that the mother is teaching her son that yelling, cursing, the threat of violence, and actual violence are the means of influencing others, and being influenced.”
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