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all right unharmed or undamaged, or free of the risk of harm or damage; safe. [1/5 definitions]
amends (used with a sing. or pl. verb) payment or compensation given to repair or satisfy damage, injury, or loss.
aphasia partial or total loss of the ability to use or to understand spoken or written language, usu. as a result of damage to the brain.
apraxia a disorder that prevents certain complex muscular movements, caused by damage to the brain.
armyworm any of various caterpillars that travel about in great numbers, usu. inflicting heavy damage on crops and grass.
award to give on the basis of a legal decision, as a damage payment or the like. [1/4 definitions]
bang up to damage or injure, as in a collision.
bark beetle a small weevil, the adults and larvae of which burrow under the bark of conifers and other trees to feed on the inner bark, often causing great damage.
batter1 to beat hard and repeatedly, or to damage by so beating. [1/3 definitions]
bombproof impervious to damage or destruction by conventional bombs.
bruise to wound or damage without causing a break or rupture. [1/4 definitions]
bumper a device for minimizing damage by absorbing the shock of impact, esp. the metal structure often found at the front and back of motor vehicles. [1/7 definitions]
burn to injure or damage by excessive exposure to heat, as from flame or sunlight. [1/14 definitions]
bushing an insulator that lines a hole in an electrical device so as to protect conductors from damage caused by friction. [1/2 definitions]
carpet beetle any of several small beetles whose larvae feed on and damage furs and woolens.
cerebral palsy a motor disorder caused by damage to the brain before or during birth, characterized by spastic paralysis and difficulty in controlling the voluntary muscles.
chew to act upon as if with teeth; to tear, grind, or damage (often fol. by up). [1/7 definitions]
childproof made or arranged so as to be free from potential damage by children or from hazardous misuse by them. [2 definitions]
computer virus a code inserted into a host program that can attach itself to and seriously damage other programs, including a computer's system.
corrode to damage or slowly destroy. [1/3 definitions]
corrupt to damage or destroy the moral character of; cause to become dishonest, disloyal, unjust, or otherwise immoral. [1/11 definitions]