damaged[ dam-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF damaged
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAMAGED
No grains are crushed or damaged by the feet or shovels of workmen.
You might overlook the most important part of my paraphernalia; and really I am not damaged.
That rod broke, and in breaking it damaged other parts of the machinery.
Separators which have been in service are liable to be damaged by handling.
Well, if they didn't hurt you much they damaged you considerably.
Pat retrieved it hurriedly, inspected it to make sure it was not damaged.
He saw what a slip he had made, and now it had damaged his whole negotiation.
It must have been most distasteful to him; and his solemnity got damaged somehow in the process, I perceived.
He had not been damaged by his casual love affairs, successful or otherwise.
"No, I don't think he is damaged," said I, as the event proved.