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What is a different word for harm?

What is a different word for harm?

Some common synonyms of harm are damage, hurt, impair, injure, and mar.

What word can I use instead of break?

70 rent, tear, rip, rift, split; breach, fissure, crack. 75 stop, hiatus, lacuna, pause, caesura.

What is another word for physical harm?

What is another word for harm?

injury suffering
pangs damage
detriment disability
hardship ill
ruin shock

What do you call easily broken or damaged?

easily broken, shattered, or damaged; delicate; brittle; frail: a fragile ceramic container; a very fragile alliance.

Is there such a word as harming?

To spoil the soundness or perfection of: blemish, damage, detract from, disserve, flaw, hurt, impair, injure, mar, prejudice, tarnish, vitiate.

What is a injure?

injure implies the inflicting of anything detrimental to one’s looks, comfort, health, or success. badly injured in an accident harm often stresses the inflicting of pain, suffering, or loss. careful not to harm the animals hurt implies inflicting a wound to the body or to the feelings.

What does the word break suggest?

1 : to separate into parts especially suddenly or forcibly break a stick break into groups. 2 : to cause (a bone) to separate into two or more pieces. 3 : to stop working or cause to stop working because of damage or wear I broke my watch. 4 : to fail to keep broke the law break a promise.

What is noun of break?

breakage. The act of breaking. Something that has been broken.

What do you call a fragile person?

breakable, brittle, dainty, delicate, feeble, fine, flimsy, frail, frangible, infirm, slight, weak.

What is a word for hard to break?

hard to break synonym | English Thesaurus adj dyed-in-the-wool, immovable, inflexible, intransigent, reactionary, ultraconservative, uncompromising, unreconstructed (chiefly U.S.)

What do you call things that can cause you harm?

A hazard is any source of potential damage, harm or adverse health effects on something or someone.

What is the root word of harm?

Harm is a deliberate injury or damage to someone or something. The Old English root word is hearm, which means “hurt” and “pain,” but also “evil” and “insult.”