[ US /ˈhɑɹm/ ]
[ UK /hˈɑːm/ ]
  1. the act of damaging something or someone
  2. any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.
  3. the occurrence of a change for the worse
  1. cause or do harm to
    These pills won't harm your system
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How To Use harm In A Sentence

  • By the time harmony was a few centuries old, it began to shiver and shake from them.
  • I play the piano, so it is natural for me to think ‘harmonically’ a lot of the time (one can hear harmonies instantly on a piano; also mainstream jazz is extremely harmony driven).
  • But the world is not full of exclusively charming and likeable people. The Sun
  • The features in this home are just too many to mention such as coffered ceilings, multi-light windows, heavy door and window casings, and other elements that give this home great charm. WN.com - Business News
  • It also discusses the harm in detail according to the comparison of acid gases between different. the research provides selection of fire-extinguishing agents in terms of harms.
  • One of these gentlemen just happens to be the madwoman's father, a charming chap who seems unfazed by most things in this day and age.
  • Had such a nice time, it was really charming in a slightly run-down way and on a beautiful little lake called Stoney Lake. AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR
  • The boracic powder was lifted in my absence from the _Pharmacie_ to try and get the first glimmerings of a slide on that sticky creosoted floor. Fanny Goes to War
  • He'd come up with some charming excuse: he'd left his long filbert brush, he couldn't go on without it.
  • Big Pharma : Assist a heavy in killing 30 enemies where neither of you die.
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