Examples from the Web for injurious
He is at risk of being pulled into that most dangerous of all places, the injurious world of celebrity.Kevin Ware’s Broken Leg Will Live On in the Annals of Grisly Injuries|Kent Sepkowitz|April 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The cast he wears on his leg and the crutch he uses would seem to fit into the injurious arc of your career if nothing else.
When aquaria first came into favour such things as snails and weeds were excluded as eyesores and injurious.The Open Air|Richard Jefferies
All these substances, I believe, without exception, are injurious.The Young Mother|William A. Alcott
A germ disease highly contagious and one of the most injurious of those which affect dairy cattle.
The injurious consequences which may result to the city are also exposed.
Of these many possible relations some would be injurious to ourselves; some would be destructive of the object.Practical Ethics|William DeWitt Hyde
British Dictionary definitions for injurious
Word Origin and History for injurious
early 15c., "abusive," from Middle French injurios (14c., Modern French injurieux) and directly from Latin injuriosus "unlawful, wrongful, harmful, noxious," from injuria (see injury). Related: Injuriously.