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See definition of harms on Dictionary.com
  • nouninjury, evil
  • verbinjure; cause evil

synonyms for harms

  • abuse
  • damage
  • disservice
  • impairment
  • loss
  • mischief
  • misuse
  • sabotage
  • vandalism
  • violence
  • wrong
  • detriment
  • hurt
  • ill
  • immorality
  • infliction
  • iniquity
  • marring
  • mischance
  • misfortune
  • noxiousness
  • outrage
  • perniciousness
  • prejudice
  • ravage
  • ruin
  • ruination
  • sin
  • sinfulness
  • vice
  • wickedness
  • banefulness
  • deleteriousness
  • foul play
  • wear and tear
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antonyms for harms

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  • favor
  • help
  • kindness
  • benefit
  • goodness
  • happiness
  • profit
  • virtue
  • advantage
  • blessing
  • good
  • pleasure
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How to use harms in a sentence

If it spreads beyond his premises and harms others his liability for the harm must be grounded on his negligence.
PUTNAM'S HANDY LAW BOOK FOR THE LAYMANALBERT SIDNEY BOLLES
Black Will had been mutilated, and Walker nearly drowned, but "the close contriver of all harms" had kept out of harm's way.
IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO MENDCHARLES READE
Where God gives, envy harms not; and where he gives not, no labour avails.
DICTIONARY OF QUOTATIONS FROM ANCIENT AND MODERN, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN SOURCESJAMES WOOD
Moreover, he calls himself the Son of God, and disturbs the foundations on which society rests, and therefore harms people.
LET US FOLLOW HIMHENRYK SIENKIEWICZ
We have gotten over the harms done us by the war of 1812, but not over some of those done us by Jackson's presidency.
LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
Thou art beloved by the labourer; no one harms thee; the mortals respect thee as the sweet harbinger of summer.
THE INSECT WORLDLOUIS FIGUIER
Here come my men and this time Ill put you where youll be out of harms way for good.
THE OCEAN WIRELESS BOYS AND THE LOST LINERWILBUR LAWTON
Put it out of harms way, sir, and lets deal the cards, said he.
CURSEDGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
It is not the exercise which harms the dancer in mind and body, but the coming in such close contact with the opposite sex.
FROM THE BALL-ROOM TO HELLT. A. FAULKNER
Bob had rolled to one side, out of harms way, and suffered no more than a rough mauling by the brute.
THE MOTOR BOYS OVERLANDCLARENCE YOUNG
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