- daly, augustin,
- dam, henrik,
- damaged goods,
- daman and diu
Examples from the Web for damage control
DOJ officials, realizing the issue could turn into a press feeding frenzy, went into damage-control mode.
Gharib writes as if he sees himself as part of some larger Hagel damage-control team.
Cain denies all the claims and now has a lawyer and damage-control team.
The blogger balked at the offer, posted the email offers online, and the rest, shall we say, is damage-control history.
Measures to minimize or curtail loss or harm. For example, As soon as they discovered the leak to the press, the senator's office worked night and day on damage control. Used literally since the 1950s, specifically for limiting the effect of an accident on a ship, this term began to be used figuratively in the 1970s.