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Not only that, but he would get into trouble with Mr. Paine on account of the damage which it had received.

He felt morally bound to get it repaired, though he was guiltless of the damage.

But the damage would not have happened if Will had not lent the boat to me.

And remember that any damage you do to that tent you'll have to pay for.

I really feel like leaving the car there all night, but it would do a lot of damage.

But with the exception of a few cuts and bruises this was all the damage he had sustained.

The fire was under control now and no damage had been done that could not be repaired.

At present it is impossible to tell how long it will take to repair the damage.

(p. 228) But this same submarine managed to do other damage.

"Maybe they wanted to damage your new battery or car," suggested Ned.

WORD 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).

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