damage

Part of speech: verb

To harm; impair or become impaired.

Part of speech: noun

Injury; harm.

Part of speech: noun

Money recoverable for a wrong or an injury.

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Usage examples "damage":

  1. " It's not a bad style o' fightin'," remarked Little Tim to his friend as they rode away; " lots o' fun and fuss without much damage. - "The Prairie Chief", R.M. Ballantyne.
  2. " Just look about you," says Ivan, " and see the damage that you've done." - "Old Peter's Russian Tales", Arthur Ransome.
  3. Has it done much damage? - "Rhymes Old and New", M.E.S. Wright.