To cause injury, damage, or loss to.
Webster's New World
To harm by causing loss or damage.
Webster's New World Law
1638, Thomas Herbert, Some Yeares Travels, I.
The infectious raines most damnifying the poore saylers, who must be upon the decks to hand in their sailes, abiding the brunt [...].
Origin of Damnify
From Old French damnifier, from Latin damnifico.
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