verb (used with object), dam·aged, dam·ag·ing.
verb (used without object), dam·aged, dam·ag·ing.
- daly city,
- daly, augustin,
- dam, henrik,
- damage control,
- damaged goods,
Origin of damage
Examples from the Web for damage
“At the moment there are no signs of damage,” Marino told The Daily Beast.
We could theoretically cause a lot of damage should we take that route.
Veteran player Wiig continued without skipping a beat, but the damage was done.The Curious Little Shell That Restarted Jenny Slate’s Career|Luke Hopping|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Even if Loertscher eventually achieves legal redemption, she says the damage has already been done.States Slap Pregnant Women With Harsher Jail Sentences|Emily Shire|December 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Former RSD instructor Nathan Kole says he saw firsthand how this “alpha male” marketing can damage students.
“I did not do the damage, and I cannot see how you can ask me to pay,” faltered Ida Bartlett.Young Auctioneers|Edward Stratemeyer
One shot fell short, and a shell exploded over the heads of our men stationed on the opposite hill, doing no damage.
Bob and the others made a thorough examination of the damage, and they were not long in concocting a plan.The Radio Boys Trailing a Voice|Allen Chapman
I am thinking of the old woman's fright, and their dismay at having to pay the damage.Mrs. Halliburton's Troubles|Mrs. Henry Wood
And just think of the damage to your practice in moving your office!
Word Origin for damage
In addition to the idioms beginning with damage
- damage control
- damaged goods
- do one wrong (damage)
- the damage