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.
He is at risk of being pulled into that most dangerous of all places, the injurious world of celebrity.
I hardly know to which such phase of character may be most injurious.
It says that all this talking and agitation are injurious to you,—that you must be left alone.
This excitement must be most injurious to one in your weak state; I cannot sit and listen to it.
I knew all this talking was injurious, and I am much to blame for having permitted it.
On a somewhat crucial occasion he quietly said: 'I once asked Mr. Disraeli whether newspaper abuse was injurious to a public man.
The pernicious habit I protest against as most injurious and degrading.
And yet all that Seneca's daring could venture was to seduce the baby-tyrant into the least injurious of tyrannies.
Our powers are injurious to us so long as we do not know how to use them.
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.