Definition of Endamaging

1. Verb. (present participle of endamage) ¹



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Definition of Endamaging

1. endamage [v] - See also: endamage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Endamaging

end times
end up
end user
end user license agreement
end users
end zone
end zones
endable
endadelphos
endaemonism
endamage
endamaged
endamagement
endamagements
endamages
endamaging (current term)
endameba
endamebae
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endamnified
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endamoebae
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endanger
endangered
endangered species
endangeredness
endangerest
endangereth

Literary usage of Endamaging

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1. Archives of Maryland by Maryland Historical Society (1887)
"... to the great contempt of his Lop in the person of his Lieuten' General!, the notable endangering of this colony, & endamaging of it in a ..."

2. Two Treatises of Government by John Locke (1824)
"... of the sons of Adam, is so far from being an excuse, much less a reason for rapine and oppression, which the endamaging another without authority is, ..."

3. The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in Connection with the by Robert Chambers (1832)
"... and that is by stage-coachet, wherein any one may be transported to any place, sheltered from foul weather and foul ways ; free from endamaging of one's ..."

4. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"And perhaps I may rest contented with the only imitation of Amadis, who, without endamaging, and by his ravings, and only using these of feeling laments, ..."

5. English Garner: Ingatherings from Our History & Literature by Edward Arber (1897)
"... munition, or money by sea to be transported; to the endamaging of this kingdom, any way intended: (d) another against all sudden foreign attempts : (e) ..."

6. The Works of John Locke by John Locke (1823)
"... which the endamaging another without authority is, that it is a great aggravation of it: for the exceeding the bounds of authority is no more a right in ..."

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