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accredit, authorize, commission, coronate, crown, depute, empower, endow, energize, enroll.
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Correct spelling:
damning
Definition:
threatening with damnation

Synonyms:

adjective
condemnatory
Implicating, condemnatory, intolerant, incriminating.
damaging
ruinous, damnatory, incriminating, fatal.
noun
condemnation
death penalty, condemnation, conviction, death sentence, sentence, doom.
damning
damnatory, inculpatory, inculpative.
malediction
curse, malediction, curse word.
verb
condemning
Dooming, Sentencing, passing sentence, condemning, Execrating, finding guilty, Convicting.
damaging
fatal, ruinous.
Examples of usage:
  1. Bayard was a man who in his earlier service had secured many a pleasant detail, and had been a society leader at Old Point Comfort, and Newport, and Boston Harbor, and now, in his advancing years and under an administration with which he had lost influence, he was taking his turn at frontier service, and heartily damning the fates that had landed him at Laramie. – 'Laramie;' or, The Queen of Bedlam. by Charles King
  2. A cold damning resume of Inglesby's entire career made Eustis hesitate. – Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man by Marie Conway Oemler
  3. The younger members of both Sigma Beta and Alpha Kappa counseled early and enthusiastic " rushing" of the new prize, but the Juniors and Seniors, wise in their day and generation, brought out a number of damning facts which would need to be taken into consideration if Sylvia wore their pin. – The Bent Twig by Dorothy Canfield
  4. And this, as we hold, is the damning fact against them all. – The Doctrines of Predestination, Reprobation, and Election by Robert Wallace
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