hurtful

[ hurt-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF hurtful

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It can be hurtful to none, said Luther, to acknowledge and confess their sins.

Even their prayers are hurtful to him, until he have made his own.

But the lover is not only hurtful to his love; he is also an extremely disagreeable companion.

Or may we suppose that hunger will remain while men and animals remain, but not so as to be hurtful?

Are they not profitable when they are rightly used, and hurtful when they are not rightly used?

Is not that, on the other hand, to be regarded as evil and hurtful?

But courage is a good thing, and mere endurance may be hurtful and injurious.

The good are the beneficial, and the bad are the hurtful, and we should choose the one and avoid the other.

It may be hurtful to the man who nourishes it and dangerous to society.

It was like a thrust in the high lines, and its hurtful violence staggered me.

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