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Definition of Damning

Damning

  1. of Damn
  2. That damns; damnable; as, damning evidence of guilt.

Damning Quotations

Fear? If I have gained anything by damning myself, it is that I no longer have anything to fear.
Jean-Paul Sartre

Americans are far more remarkable than we give ourselves credit for. We've been so busy damning ourselves for years. We've done it all, and yet we don't take credit for it.
Ray Bradbury

Only 38 per cent of players in the Premier League are English; that is a damning statistic. Soon, the England manager will have to go scouting for players in the Championship - and when I say 'soon' I mean the next four or five years, perhaps even for the next World Cup.
Glenn Hoddle

I believe very much that the most damning thing you can say about Muslims is that you're afraid to say anything because they'll hurt you.
Penn Jillette

We have built our identities in many respects based on the guilt-ridden stories we have been told about our creation. For women, it is a very damning knowledge to be portrayed as curious and careless seductresses.
Gioconda Belli
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Damning Translations

damning in French is damnant
damning in German is verdammend, verurteilend
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