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damning

adjective uk   us   /ˈdæm.ɪŋ/
A damning report, judgment, remark, etc. that includes a lot of criticism or shows clearly that someone is wrong, guilty, or has behaved very badly: He made some fairly damning remarks about the government's refusal to deal with the problem. The two men were convicted on some extremely damning evidence.
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