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Definition of "damning" []

  • (of evidence or a report) suggesting very strongly that someone is guilty of a crime or has made a serious mistake (adjective)
  • Present participle of damn. (verb)

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  • Property which damns. (adjective)

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Use "damning" in a sentence
  • "Ceglia is now offering up what he calls damning e-mails in pursuit of he says is rightfully his after agreements and understandings with a young Zuckerberg, who was racing to create and expand a nascent social network that is now the world's largest, by far."
  • "They have won, banning them does play a part in damning freedom!"
  • "Most damning is the inscription on the inside end of the torpedo, "1번 (or No. 1 in English)", which perfectly matches the marking on a previously obtained North Korean torpedo."