verb (used with object), dam·ni·fied, dam·ni·fy·ing. Law.
Origin of damnify
Examples from the Web for damnify
We should damnify religion if we separated it from philosophy: we should ruin philosophy if we divorced it from religion.Thoughts on Life and Religion|Friedrich Max Mller
Alexander commanded his soldiers neither to damnify Pindarus, the poet, nor any of his family.Microcosmography|John Earle
In Haverhill, in 1708, young women were permitted to build pews, provided they did not "damnify the Stairway."Sabbath in Puritan New England|Alice Morse Earle