We have not had a real inventory of how badly the public infrastructures have been damaged.
Weeds have “evolved to grow in unsettled earth and damaged landscapes”–ploughed fields, say, and bombsites.
The photo is worn and damaged, but Alex Laymon, a 27-year-old sales manager in Manhattan, immediately recognized it.
The characters may not know it, but the changing tides of culture have damaged them as much as those of government.
If it applies, it means the homeowner would be out of pocket for most costs if the home is damaged.
Such a renovation of damaged goods had never before been seen on Spangler's premises.
It was said that the recent high water had invaded it and damaged its looks.
It is the very poorest kind of economy to feed shrunken, musty, or damaged grain of any kind.
Dock had spent a term in the state prison, and his character was damaged, if not ruined.
And a State that will be damaged by free speech ought to be damaged.
(also damned) Cursed; accursed; wretched: What do I do with this damned thing? adv: You seem damn stupid all of a sudden
(also damn it) An exclamation of disappointment, irritation, frustration, etc: Damn, it's gone!
To execrate; condemn; curse: Damn this dictionary! (1770s+)