EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARMED
If you have harmed Miss Maxon I'll put a bullet in your heart!
Yet in all this time neither had harmed the other nor caused his blood to flow.
Well, who is harmed by my trying to better myself in a new world?
And if we do not find her safe and well, woe to the man who has harmed her.
But my own misery is nothing; I can die, I can go mad, and who will be harmed?
For those who are injured are not necessarily made worse, but only harmed or ill-treated.
If I harmed you as a partner, I might do so more as a rival.
When a man has no sense he is harmed by courage, but when he has sense he is profited?
But even had it not been for that, I scarcely think they would have harmed an old man.
If I have harmed you in this business, remember that my need was great.
Old English hearmian "to hurt" (see harm (n.)). It has ousted Old English skeþþan "scathe" in all but a few senses. Related: Harmed; harming.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HARMED
- all torn up
- busted up
- in pain
- put away