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They “can believe whatever they want as long as [they] are not harming other people,” he said of the religious organization.

In the real world, he said, a hacker is more likely interested in stealing records he can sell than in harming a patient.

For Democrats it means answering whether their opposition to coal and Keystone XL is harming our national security.

Until 1980, adultery was a crime punishable by jail under a law against “harming the family.”

We avoid harming innocent civilians not by narrowing our focus to the most dangerous among them.

The idea of your harming a hair of the head of Fred Greenwood, who showed you tenfold more mercy than you deserved—my gracious!

The host was quiet in winter quarters in Mercia, and the Danes in our country grew friendly with us, harming no man.

When I found that we weren't being burned, and that the roaring and the crackling weren't harming us, I lifted my head.

The shellac will protect the leaf without in any way harming it.

They could not tell the truth without harming their own cause.


On this page you'll find 74 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to harming, such as: shock, wreck, tarnish, ruin, inconvenience, and shatter.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.