[ US /ˈdæmɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dˈæmɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. threatening with damnation
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How To Use damning In A Sentence

  • A damning indictment for a Paul Bartel film, Lust in the Dust is found guilty of being bland and lame.
  • One in 10 asthma deaths in Scotland is due to inadequate treatment and widespread ignorance of the condition among health staff, a damning new report has revealed.
  • The two men were convicted on some extremely damning evidence.
  • His lifestyle was too threatening, his irresponsibility too damning to make him sympathetic.
  • To call a person a liar, is, to my mind, the most serious and damning thing that a person can do.
  • Did the jury feel that some of the most damning evidence against Scott Peterson was his own erratic behavior, such as dyeing his hair, growing a beard, preparing to leave the country? CNN Transcript Dec 14, 2004
  • The final damning evidence of my foreignness was my grandmother herself, when she appeared in school on those days set aside for parents to visit classes. Borrowed Finery, A Memoir
  • The second look, "Logan's look," also demonstrates a "recessionista" trick -- how to make a blouse out of the confidential and potentially damning documents your boss asked you to shred during the Wall Street melee. Una LaMarche: Project Runway Episode 7 Recap: Kind of Blue
  • In an article dedicated to several "finds" in the "Secret heart of the Vatican" Nel cuore segreto del Vaticano, Panorama, n. 3/2009, p. 130-134, the newsweekly's reporters found the damning evidence that... Archive 2009-01-01
  • Potentially damning physical or forensic evidence is scant in the Peters case.
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