Antonyms for damage

Grammar : Noun, verb
Spell : dam-ij
Phonetic Transcription : ˈdæm ɪdʒ

Definition of damage

Origin :
  • late 13c., from Old French damage (12c., Modern French dommage) "loss caused by injury," from dam "damage," from Latin damnum "loss, hurt, damage" (see damn).
  • noun injury, loss
  • verb cause injury, loss
Example sentences :
  • Not only that, but he would get into trouble with Mr. Paine on account of the damage which it had received.
  • Extract from : « Brave and Bold » by Horatio Alger
  • He felt morally bound to get it repaired, though he was guiltless of the damage.
  • Extract from : « Brave and Bold » by Horatio Alger
  • But the damage would not have happened if Will had not lent the boat to me.
  • Extract from : « Brave and Bold » by Horatio Alger
  • And remember that any damage you do to that tent you'll have to pay for.
  • Extract from : « In the Midst of Alarms » by Robert Barr
  • I really feel like leaving the car there all night, but it would do a lot of damage.
  • Extract from : « Dust » by Mr. and Mrs. Haldeman-Julius
  • But with the exception of a few cuts and bruises this was all the damage he had sustained.
  • Extract from : « Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit » by Charles Dickens
  • The fire was under control now and no damage had been done that could not be repaired.
  • Extract from : « The Widow O'Callaghan's Boys » by Gulielma Zollinger
  • At present it is impossible to tell how long it will take to repair the damage.
  • Extract from : « A Woman Intervenes » by Robert Barr
  • (p. 228) But this same submarine managed to do other damage.
  • Extract from : « The Story of the Great War, Volume III (of VIII) » by Various
  • "Maybe they wanted to damage your new battery or car," suggested Ned.
  • Extract from : « Tom Swift and his Electric Runabout » by Victor Appleton

Synonyms for damage

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