Pronunciation of Damage
/dˈamɪd͡ʒ/, /dˈamɪdʒ/, /d_ˈa_m_ɪ_dʒ/
Antonyms for damage:
Synonyms for damage:
squash, smash into, churn up, disrepair, bang up, rub, sublimate, obsessional, dent, bruise, wither, overshadow, impoverish, contaminate, clobber, overload, dislocate, smash down, affect, dereliction, destroy, snarl, desecrate, putrefaction, snag, plow up, depredation, scorch, corrode, corrosion, take away from, obsessed, strike at, rust, devastation, impair, conditioning, Oedipal, offset, catharsis, negate, wear and tear, fragmentation, Disserve, smash, doom, implosion, loose on, sully, regressive, overexpose, consumption, ding, deafen, pollute, weather, cave in, adulterate, coarsen, replace, cancel out, muck up, warp, safety valve, develop, blight, wear out, attack, obsessive.
wreckage, obsess, crush, nullify, poison, fixated, exorcism, funeral, fixation, Patterning, skew, obsession, dehumanize, defense mechanism, corrupt, transference, ail, cloud, resonance, rupture, detonation, trample, regression, demolition, bite, neutralize, mutilate, destruction.
Other synonyms and related words:
collapse, bite, cave in, obsession, cheapen, funeral, smash, ante, suffering, trample, equipment casualty, defense, destroy, pervert, affliction, slander, putrefaction, decay, terms, burst, pollute, corrupt, overexpose, delusion, attack, rust, desecrate, prejudice, violate, affect, malign, mechanism, mutilate, impair, disservice, transference, trauma, detriment, fixation, incapacitate, disability, handicap, defile, footing, knock-down, obsessive, wear, injury, ill-use, consumption, persecute, nullify, loss, trail, drive, corrode, Disserve, deterioration, legal injury, injustice, disadvantage, victimize, dehumanize, defame, obsess, wreckage, disrepair, doom, mischief, disable, sabotage, corruption, fee, vilify, implosion, offset, contaminate, devastation, price tag, maltreat, monetary value, wrongfulness, fixated, outrage, sully, dent, overshadow, regression, neutralize, poison, maim, replace, conditioning, distress, reproach, bruise, rub, impairment, develop, disparage, dereliction, dislocate, abuse, constipation, scorch, warp, weather, corrosion, vitiate, clobber, ravish, rupture, ill-treat, depredation, demolition, stultification, misuse, aggrieve, breakage, destruction, wither, wear and tear, impoverish, wrong, crush, blight, scathe, ill, disablement.
Sense 4 (noun)
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injury, loss (noun)
breakage, ravage, wound, impairment, mischief, suffering, detriment, destruction, harm, outrage, wrong, ruin, wreckage, blemish, spoilage, affliction, bruise, corruption, deterioration, devastation, hurt, waste, disservice.
spot, fleck, hack, score, disfigure, gash, chip, spoil, kink, pockmark, scar, nick, taint, slit, mar, dot, fracture, hurt, splotch, speck, discolor, freckle, deform, distort, blemish, scratch, blot, blister, check, deface, scuff, tarnish, scrape, stain, notch, abrade, defect, flaw, mark.
cause injury, loss (verb)
deface, injure, disfigure, discolor, stain, vitiate, defile, pollute, blight, mangle, impair, scratch, mar, incapacitate, scathe, spoil, bang up, tarnish, rust, contaminate, maltreat, mutilate, corrupt, corrode, smash, abuse, wreck, scorch, maim.
Usage examples for damage:
- I'm willing to pay for any damage I caused." - "Tom Swift and his Electric Runabout or, The Speediest Car on the Road", Victor Appleton.
- But it is on the east coast of England that the greatest damage is done. - "Battles with the Sea", R.M. Ballantyne.
- I'm a man as can do damage- I got to be treated right, or by the Lord I'll do damage! - "The Just and the Unjust", Vaughan Kester.