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Usage examples for damage

  1. But to damage a book- g- o- o- d night! – Roy Blakeley by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  2. But the damage was already done. – Tabitha's Vacation by Ruth Alberta Brown
  3. A third time he fired, but if the shot struck, no damage was to be perceived. – Hurricane Hurry by W.H.G. Kingston
  4. The order was promptly obeyed, and the frigate came up almost head to wind; but scarcely a minute had passed when we felt that she had run stem on to the ground; but so light was the wind, and so slight was the way on her, that no damage of any sort was done. – Old Jack by W.H.G. Kingston
  5. There has been a great storm here with thunder and hail that did much damage to the glass in the neighbourhood. – Poems Chiefly From Manuscript by John Clare
  6. To make good the damage would take thirty days, it was said. – The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.) by John Holland Rose
  7. " Heap bad rapid," said Harry, when the second boat had been drawn up beside the first, and he had examined both the canoes carefully to see how much damage they had sustained on the trip. – The Boy With the U. S. Survey by Francis Rolt-Wheeler
  8. They looked themselves over for any real damage. – A Splendid Hazard by Harold MacGrath
  9. Beyond this, comparatively little damage was done to the college buildings. – History of California by Helen Elliott Bandini
  10. Neither place was, however, occupied by the captors, who only did as much damage as they could and then left. – The West Indies and the Spanish Main [1899] by James Rodway
  11. You have done sufficient damage to my property already. – Out of a Labyrinth by Lawrence L. Lynch
  12. By these means and with the assistance of the men employed upon my grounds, water was passed very rapidly, and the flames were soon subdued without serious damage. – The-Life-of-Phineas-T-Barnum by Benton, Joel
  13. There was no time to see if any damage had been done. – Evil Out of Onzar by Mark Ganes
  14. I walked out amongst the ruins to see the extent of the damage caused by the shelling of the previous day. – “Crumps”, The Plain Story of a Canadian Who Went by Louis Keene
  15. Care was taken, however, to do as little damage as possible to the city itself, as the Italians wanted it for themselves. – Italy at War and the Allies in the West by E. Alexander Powell
  16. So far as they could see, the man had done no damage either to their houses or to the dam. – The Tale of Brownie Beaver by Arthur Scott Bailey
  17. Here and there damage will be done to trees and buildings; here and there a person will probably be struck and killed." – Max Carrados by Ernest Bramah
  18. Beg pardon, shipmates, no damage done, I hope. – The Voyage of the Aurora by Harry Collingwood
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