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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdamningdamn‧ing /ˈdæmɪŋ/ adjective  CRITICIZEproving or showing that someone has done something very bad or wrong damning evidence of her treachery a damning report
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damningThe council's findings must be quite damning, because it refuses to tell anyone what they are.It was the subject of a damning documentary.The most damning evidence against the gang was four secretly recorded conversations.He thoroughly searched the house and came up with some startling and damning evidence.The most damning fact of all is that Seb had been drinking.a damning report on college athleticsHis expression was bland, and he obviously had no intention of filling the damning silence.