NounDamage (plural Damages)
Adjectives for Damage
moral; irreparable; considerable; inestimable; permanent; malicious; substantial; sudden; serious; material; pecuniary; noticeable; characteristic; infinite; unspeakable; accidental; consequent; enormous; hidden; resultant; willful; unmistakable; punitive.
Verbs for Damage
account for —; compute —; counteract countervail —; distress by —; forestall guard against —; inflict —; measure mitigate —; offset —; pay —s; receive recoup —; recover —; reveal —; survey —; sustain —; — flows from; — impairs.
Adverbs for Damage
seriously; morally; irreparably; inestimably; permanently; maliciously; substantial¬ly; materially; noticeably; characteristically; infinitely; unspeakably; accidentally; consequently; enormously; resultantly; unmistakably; punitively; wilfully; revengefully; woefully; unscrupulously; savagely.
Synonyms for Damage
- (noun) injury, detriment, spoilation, loss, evil, wrong, disadvantage, misfortune
- (verb) harm, mar, impair, wound, spoil, hurt.
Antonyms for Damage
- (noun) benefit, advantage, award, recompense, reward, boon, profit, favor
- (verb) repair, improve, mend, enhance, perfect
afflict, aggravate, aggrieve, amount, atrocity, bad, bane, bankruptcy, befoul, befoulment, bereavement, bewitch, bill, blemish, blight, breakage, breakdown, charge, check, collapse, compensation, condemn, corrupt, corruption, cost, crack-up, crippling, crucify, crying evil, curse, damages, dead loss, debit, deface, defile, defilement, deleteriousness, demolish, denial, denudation, deprave, deprivation, despoil, despoilment, despoliation, destroy, destruction, deteriorate, deterioration, detriment, devastation, dilapidate, dilapidation, disablement, disadvantage, disfigure, dispossession, disrepair, disserve, distress, divestment, do a mischief, do evil, do ill, do wrong, do wrong by, doom, drawback, embitter, encroachment, endamage, envenom, evil, exacerbate, expenditure, expense, figure, forfeit, forfeiture, get into trouble, grievance, handicap, harass, harm, havoc, hex, hobbling, hurt, hurting, ill, ill-treat, impair, impairment, incapacitation, indemnity, infect, infection, infringement, injure, injury, inroad, invoice, irritate, jinx, liability, loser, losing, losing streak, loss, loss of ground, maiming, make worse, maltreat, mar, mayhem, menace, mischief, mistreat, misuse, molest, mutilate, mutilation, outrage, perdition, persecute, play havoc with, play hob with, poison, pollute, pollution, prejudice, price, price tag, privation, put back, rate, raze, reparation, robbery, ruin, ruination, ruining, ruinousness, sabotage, sacrifice, savage, scathe, score, sickening, spoil, spoiling, spoliation, step backward, stripping, tab, taint, taking away, tarnish, the worst, threaten, torment, torture, total loss, toxin, venom, vexation, violate, vitiate, weaken, weakening, woe, worsen, wound, wreak havoc on, wreck, wrecking, wrong