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- v. To damnify; to injure.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To damnify; to injure.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To damage.
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They hante much for hosses to do, in a giniral way, but to ride about; and you won't say nothin 'about her age, will you? it might endamnify a sale.'
Evil communications endamnify good manners, as sure as rates; one scabby sheep will infect
Evil communications endamnify good manners, as sure as rates; one scabby sheep will infect a whole flock -- vice is as catchin 'as that nasty disease the Scotch have, it's got by shakin' hands, and both eend in the same way -- in brimstone.