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injurious
used in The Mill on the Floss

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Definition
harmful — especially to human health
  • Do you mean to pretend that you didn't know it would be injurious to her to meet you here week after week?
    5.5 -- Book 5 Chapter 5 -- The Cloven Tree (67% in)
  • Bob had not been aware of the injurious opinion for which Maggie was performing an inward act of penitence, but he smiled with pleasure at this handsome eulogy,—especially from a young lass who, as he informed his mother that evening, had "such uncommon eyes, they looked somehow as they made him feel nohow."
    3.6 -- Book 3 Chapter 6 -- Tending to Refute the Popular Prejudice…. (84% in)

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