injure[ in-jer ]SEE DEFINITION OF injure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INJURE
We are bound in all our visits to bring relief to invalids, and not to injure them.
This commandment forbids us to kill or injure other persons or ourselves.
Any turbidness or impurity in the water will injure the clearness of the sweetmeats.
This warmth of mine might injure you in your husband's opinion.
I am not that which you call good, but it is impossible that I injure you.
They ranged about full of malice against Shaddai, and looking for means to injure him.
I have the greatest sympathy with servants, and would be the last to injure them in any way.
Then according to your argument it is just to injure those who do no wrong?
Then to injure a friend or any one else is not the act of a just man, but of the opposite, who is the unjust?
Undoubtedly he ought to injure those who are both wicked and his enemies.