Definitions for damningˈdæm ɪŋ, ˈdæm nɪŋ
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threatening with damnation
Property which damns.
damning evidence was clear for all to see
that damns; damnable; as, damning evidence of guilt
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
No one believes that America is there over the long haul, and the net result is they're making decisions that are quite damning.
The guilty verdict is a damning indictment of the government's failure to reform the system that traps women in a cycle of abuse and exploitation.
As winter looms, the sight of thousands of refugees sleeping rough as they make their way through Europe represents a damning indictment of the European Union's failure to offer a coordinated response to the refugee crisis.
I can't believe I have the power to pardon, that is shocking to me. I don't want this responsibility, as far as I can tell, it seems pretty damning evidence and she( the suspect) confessed herself. Ibolya, my dear ex-wife, and I do mean that, will not have died in vain.
This report provides an utterly damning indictment of Mexico's handling of the worst human rights atrocity in recent memory, even with the world watching and with substantial resources at hand, the authorities proved unable or unwilling to conduct a serious investigation.
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