detriment

[ de-truh-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF detriment

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DETRIMENT

This should be skimmed off as it forms, for it is a detriment to the jelly.

I do not mean that his mind or mental powers are in any way affected to their detriment.

It may be perfectly true that you can employ it to our detriment.

The attorney cannot determine the relation himself, to his client's detriment.

Then others who depend on us will indulge theirs, to our detriment and misery.

These profits Bulgaria secured to the detriment of Servian interests.

At that moment the delivery of the cask is a detriment in the strictest sense.

Then there was a trial about some timber which had been cut, to the detriment of the landowner.

The nearer proximity of water we consider a detriment to the robustness of a community.

Had she any feeling which would lead her to use her influence to their detriment?

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