Damning [adjective]

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If internal documents suggesting collusion between Google and Facebook do exist, then they paint a damning picture of Google and lend more credibility to the claims outlined in the complaint.

Last month Nature published a damning response written by 31 scientists to a study from Google Health that had appeared in the journal earlier this year.

The king will be in Asturia almost before that damning paragraph reaches there.

Since this damning criticism was uttered, matters had not improved, on the contrary, had gone from bad to worse.

He looked again at the damning evidence and his defiance broke.

The poets of even the seventeenth century never tire of damning them in good, set terms.

If nothing more is said than "It is too bad it happened," it has its faintly damning effect on us.

I see he is jealous, though he has had such damning proof that all's right—the man's a fool, that's all.

Let this right hand, which I now raise in air, and clench in awful menace, warn you not to repeat the damning accusation.

Whatever it was it must have been damning evidence against him to have made him take so desperate a chance.'