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damnify

(ˈdæmnɪˌfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
(Law) law to cause loss or damage to (a person); injure
[C16: from Old French damnifier, ultimately from Latin damnum harm, + facere to make]
ˌdamnifiˈcation n
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dam•ni•fy

(ˈdæm nəˌfaɪ)

v.t. -fied, -fy•ing. Law.
to cause loss or damage to.
[1505–15; < Middle French damnifier, Old French < Late Latin damnificāre, derivative of Latin damnificus harmful =damn(um) damage + -ificus (see -i-, -fic)]
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damnify


Past participle: damnified
Gerund: damnifying

Imperative
damnify
damnify
Present
I damnify
you damnify
he/she/it damnifies
we damnify
you damnify
they damnify
Preterite
I damnified
you damnified
he/she/it damnified
we damnified
you damnified
they damnified
Present Continuous
I am damnifying
you are damnifying
he/she/it is damnifying
we are damnifying
you are damnifying
they are damnifying
Present Perfect
I have damnified
you have damnified
he/she/it has damnified
we have damnified
you have damnified
they have damnified
Past Continuous
I was damnifying
you were damnifying
he/she/it was damnifying
we were damnifying
you were damnifying
they were damnifying
Past Perfect
I had damnified
you had damnified
he/she/it had damnified
we had damnified
you had damnified
they had damnified
Future
I will damnify
you will damnify
he/she/it will damnify
we will damnify
you will damnify
they will damnify
Future Perfect
I will have damnified
you will have damnified
he/she/it will have damnified
we will have damnified
you will have damnified
they will have damnified
Future Continuous
I will be damnifying
you will be damnifying
he/she/it will be damnifying
we will be damnifying
you will be damnifying
they will be damnifying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been damnifying
you have been damnifying
he/she/it has been damnifying
we have been damnifying
you have been damnifying
they have been damnifying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been damnifying
you will have been damnifying
he/she/it will have been damnifying
we will have been damnifying
you will have been damnifying
they will have been damnifying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been damnifying
you had been damnifying
he/she/it had been damnifying
we had been damnifying
you had been damnifying
they had been damnifying
Conditional
I would damnify
you would damnify
he/she/it would damnify
we would damnify
you would damnify
they would damnify
Past Conditional
I would have damnified
you would have damnified
he/she/it would have damnified
we would have damnified
you would have damnified
they would have damnified
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Huertas, "Damnifying Growth in the Antebellum South," Journal of Economic History 39 (1979): 91: Confederate tariff rates from Tariff of the Confederate States of America on and after August 31, 1861 (Augusta: D.H.