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For me, it becomes what part of the model is much more injurious to respondents and to outcomes.

Each time, rather than deal with the deeper problems that leave schools vulnerable to teacher shortages, administrators and school boards opt for short-term bandages that have proved inefficient, ineffective and injurious.

Implying otherwise is practically and intellectually incorrect, and injurious to the public who need reliable power.

Why should speech be exempt from public welfare concerns when its social costs can be even more injurious?

Is calling for the eradication of Israel—subtly or overtly—potentially injurious?

Certainly, those policies are extreme and would be deeply injurious to middle-class and poorer Americans should they be enacted.

He is at risk of being pulled into that most dangerous of all places, the injurious world of celebrity.

To the extent that his wins prove injurious, future Republican Congresses and administrations will struggle to undo them.

These fish are very tempting and delicate, and are not so injurious as shellfish are apt to be.

The Paraguayans consider excessive smoking of other tobacco as injurious but not of the delicate flavored leaf of Paraguay.

The vow is nothing; yea, worse than nothing; injurious to those who make it, and dishonouring to God, if it be not performed.

Others, again, maintain that it is positively injurious to the general health of the patient.

No one can argue that this useless and, to some extent, injurious condition is a designed result of creation.


On this page you'll find 87 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to injurious, such as: adverse, damaging, destructive, detrimental, disadvantageous, and harmful.

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