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hurt·ful

 (hûrt′fəl)
adj.
1. Causing pain or suffering, especially of a psychological nature.
2. Damaging or harmful: an incident that was hurtful to his career.

hurt′ful·ly adv.
hurt′ful·ness n.

hurtful

(ˈhɜːtfʊl)
adj
causing distress or injury: to say hurtful things.
ˈhurtfully adv
ˈhurtfulness n

hurt•ful

(ˈhɜrt fəl)

adj.
causing hurt, distress, or injury; injurious.
[1520–30]
hurt′ful•ly, adv.
hurt′ful•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.hurtful - causing hurt; "her hurtful unconsidered words"
unkind - lacking kindness; "a thoughtless and unkind remark"; "the unkindest cut of all"
2.hurtful - harmful to living things; "deleterious chemical additives"
harmful - causing or capable of causing harm; "too much sun is harmful to the skin"; "harmful effects of smoking"

hurtful

hurtful

adjective
1. Marked by, causing, or experiencing physical pain:
2. Causing harm or injury:
Translations
ضارٌّ، مُضِر
zraňující
særandi; skaîlegur
acı vereninciticikırıcı

hurtful

[ˈhɜːtfʊl] ADJ [remark] → hiriente; [act, behaviour] → ofensivo; [experience] → doloroso

hurtful

[ˈhɜːrtfʊl] adj [remark] → blessant(e)
to be hurtful to sb [person] → être blessant(e) envers qn

hurtful

adj words, actionverletzend; it was very hurtful to himes verletzte ihn sehr; to say/do hurtful thingsVerletzendes sagen/tun

hurtful

[ˈhɜːtfʊl] adj (upsetting, remark) → che fa male, che ferisce

hurt

(həːt) past tense, past participle hurt verb
1. to injure or cause pain to. I hurt my hand on that broken glass.
2. to upset (a person or his feelings). He hurt me / my feelings by ignoring me.
3. to be painful. My tooth hurts.
4. to do harm (to) or have a bad effect (on). It wouldn't hurt you to work late just once.
adjective
1. upset; distressed. She felt very hurt at/by his behaviour; her hurt feelings.
2. injured. Are you badly hurt?
ˈhurtful adjective
causing distress. a hurtful remark.
ˈhurtfully adverb
ˈhurtfulness noun

hurtful

adj hiriente; hurtful words..palabras hirientes
References in classic literature ?
In the same way I fancied that those nations which, starting from a semi-barbarous state and advancing to civilization by slow degrees, have had their laws successively determined, and, as it were, forced upon them simply by experience of the hurtfulness of particular crimes and disputes, would by this process come to be possessed of less perfect institutions than those which, from the commencement of their association as communities, have followed the appointments of some wise legislator.
But her good mother had often told her of the hurtfulness of these things; and for that reason alone, if there had been no other, she would have resolutely refused to taste them.
Not by reasoning, not by the five senses alone, but by other and remoter and uncharted senses, came the feeling to White Fang that the man was ominous with evil, pregnant with hurtfulness, and therefore a thing bad, and wisely to be hated.
However, Guta's example of the hurtfulness of pain is not entirely convincing.
While alien-self is likely always present with SBSLB disorder, the hurtfulness to ADP embodied in the behavior suggests involvement of classic, deeply rooted anti-self (Akbar, 1981) mentality also.
Four differentiation of self scales were examined in separate hierarchical regression analyses as predictors of forgiveness, controlling for impact of the event, impression management, and hurtfulness.
This proves nothing more than a blatant acceptance of vanity, wastefulness and greed, disrespect and hurtfulness, bullying and verbal abuse, and at times, physical abuse.
For example, when one child uses name-calling, a parent can label this behavior as teasing and highlight the potential hurtfulness of this teasing.
Now, I have hurt for my children, have seen them in the pain that can come only from taunts and hurtfulness of elementary and middle school kids, but I have no feeling upon which to draw that comes anywhere close to what Ms.