verb (used with object), dam·aged, dam·ag·ing.
verb (used without object), dam·aged, dam·ag·ing.
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!
British Dictionary definitions for damage
Word Origin for damage
Idioms and Phrases with damage
In addition to the idioms beginning with damage
- damage control
- damaged goods
- do one wrong (damage)
- the damage