verb (used with object), en·dam·aged, en·dam·ag·ing.

to damage.

Origin of endamage

1325–75; Middle English < Anglo-French; see en-1, damage
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Historical Examples of endamage

  • And as for the stay of the merchants with their goods, it was the king's pleasure, but not with intent to endamage any man.

British Dictionary definitions for endamage



(tr) to cause injury to; damage
Derived Formsendamagement, noun
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