Most parents nowadays recognize the harmfulness of such a rgime, and are careful to feed their children on more stimulating fare.
In the Middle Ages they thought to reduce its harmfulness at least by direct elimination, hence the use of drastic purgatives.
But, in this order, notions of utility and of harmfulness are much less precise.
Many persons call almost every creature an insect that is small and supposed to be useless, or suspected of harmfulness.
Quite possible, the experience, made at an early day with the breeding of animals, revealed the harmfulness of in-breeding.
This evidence regarding the physiological action of caffeol can not in any wise be construed to indicate a harmfulness of coffee.
The immorality and harmfulness of this system are obvious, and they spread with the extension of capitalism.
Neither Banter nor O'Flynn was a dangerous man; a little loud and exaggerated talk was the utmost extent of their harmfulness.
They went from shop to shop, making the shopkeepers see the harmfulness of the Moncadist politics, promising them advantages.
In this twentieth century, certain enlightened men are teaching the absurdity and harmfulness of a belief in a deity.