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[hˈɑːm], [hˈɑːm], [h_ˈɑː_m]

Synonyms for Harm:

injure (verb)

ache, damage, hurt, injure, mangle, offend, wound.

Other synonyms and related words:

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chastening, chastisement, clobber, collapse, combat injury, condemn, constipation, contaminate, contemn, contrary, contuse, contusion, corrode, corrupt, corruption, cost, crack-up, create annoyance, create irritation, create pique, create resentment, criminally, cripple, crippling, cross to bear, crucify, cruelty, crush, crushing burden, crying evil, curse, cut, damagingly, damnify, dash, deadening, death, debase, debilitate, debilitation, decay, decrease, deface, defacement, defamation, defame, defile, defilement, deflower, deform, deformation, defy, degrade, dehumanize, deleteriously, deleteriousness, demolish, demolition, denigrate, dent, deprave, depraved, depravity, depreciate, depredation, depress, deprive, dereliction, desecrate, despite, despoil, despoliation, destroy, destruction, destructive, deteriorate, deterioration, detract from, detraction, detriment, detrimental, detrimentally, devastate, devastation, difficulty, dilapidate, dilapidation, diminish, diminution, dirty, disability, disable, disablement, disaccommodate, disadvantage, disadvantageously, disaffect, disappoint, disaster, disastrously, discommode, discourage, discredit, disdain, disease, disenchant, disfavor, disfavour, disfigure, disfigurement, disgrace, dishonour, disinterest, dislocate, dislocation, disoblige, disparage, disregard, disrepair, disruption, disserve, disservice, distastefully, distress, disturb, do a mischief, do evil, do evil to, do harm, do harm to, do ill, do no harm, do violence, do violence to, do wrong, do wrong by, doom, double cross, downgrade, drain, drawback, dreadfully, drive, dump on, embitter, enchantment, encroach on, encroachment, enfeeblement, enmity, enormity, envenom, equipment casualty, erode, evil, evil arrows, evil days, evil-doing, evilly, evoke anger, evoke indignation, exacerbate, excite, execute, failure, fascination, flaw, foul, foul play, fractious, fray, frostbite, gash, get, get into trouble, give offence, graze, grievance, grieve, guilt, guiltily, hamstring, handicap, handle roughly, harass, hardship, harmful, harmfully, havoc, help, hemorrhagic, hex, hinder, hit, hobbling, hurtfully, hurting, ignore, ill, ill timed, ill-treat, ill-use, illy, immobilize, immoral, immorality, impair, impairment, imperfection, impious, implosion, impose upon, impoverish, inadequately, inadvisability, inauspiciously, incapacitate, incommode, inconvenience, inconveniently, incur displeasure, indignity, indulge, infect, infection, inflict evil, infliction, infringe on, infringement, inhumanity, iniquity, injurious, injuriously, injury, injustice, inroad, insult, interfere with, invitingness, irritate, jeer at, jinx, knock about, knock around, labefy, lacerate, lame, legal injury, lesion, lessening, liability, long-term emaciation, lose, loss, loss of ground, louse up, low, lower, maim, maiming, make mistake, make worse, malevolence, malice, malicious, maliciously, malign, malignity, malignly, maltreat, maltreatment, manhandle, manhandling, mar, mark, marring, maul, mauling, mayhem, meanly, medical motto word, menace, mess-up, mischance, mischief, mischievous, mischievously, mischievousness, misemploy, miserable, misery, misfortune, mishandle, mishap, mistreat, mistreatment, misuse, molestation, morally corrupt, mortification, motive, muck up, muddy, mutilate, mutilation, nastily, naughtily, neglect, nemesis, neutralize, nick, not good, not well, noxious, noxiousness, nuisance, nullify, obdurate, obnoxiously, offence, offense, offensively, offset, ominously, open wound, oppress, outrage, overexpose, overrun, overshadow, overwork, pain, painfully, pang, paralyze, partiality, partisanship, peccancy, pernicious, perniciously, perniciousness, persecute, persecution, perverse, pervert, pest, pestilence, physical injury, physical pain, pierce, pillage, plague, play false with, play havoc with, play hob with, plug, poison, poisonously, pollute, pollution, poor, poorly, prankster, preconception, prejudgment, prejudice, prejudicially, price, produce evil, psychic trauma, psychological suffering, pull, punch, punish, punishment, put back, put out, put to inconvenience, put to trouble, putrefaction, rascality, ravage, ravish, reduce, reduction, reflection, reproach, revile, revolting, ride roughshod over, roguery, rough up, rub, ruin, ruination, ruinousness, rum, running sore, rupture, rust, sabotage, sadly, sap, savage, savagery, scald, scalp, scandal, scar, scath, scathe, scorch, scorn, scourge, scrape, scratch, screw up, scuff, seduction, sell out, set at naught, severely, shake, shatter, shenanigan, shend, shock, shoot, sicken, sickening, sickness, sin, sinful, sinfully, sinfulness, sinisterly, slander, slash, slay, slight, slit, slur, smart, smarting, smash, smear, smirch, smite, snuff, soil, sorrow, spite, spitefully, spoil, spoilage, spoiling, spot, sprain, stab, stain, step backward, stigma, stigmatize, strain, strike, stultification, subvert, suffering, sully, taint, take advantage of, tarnish, tax, tear, terms, thorn, thrash, thrashing, threaten, threateningly, to damage, toll, torment, torture, total, toxin, trail, trample, trample on, trample upon, transgress, trauma, traumatize, treat roughly, tribulation, trouble, trounce, trouncing, turn, tweak, twinge, twist, undermine, undermined, undermining, unfairness, unfortunately, unhappily, unhealthiness, unkindness, unluckily, unpleasantly, unpropitious, unseemly, unsettle, upon, upset, vandalism, vandalize, venom, venomously, vex, vexation, vice, vicious, viciously, victimize, vilification, vilify, violate, violence, visitation, vital point, vitiate, vitiation, vituperate, vulgarize, warp, waste, weaken, weakening, wear, wear and tear, wear away, wear down, wear off, weather, wem, wicked, wickedly, wickedness, wing, winning ways, winsomeness, witchery, with evil intention, wither, woe, work evil, worse, worsen, worsening, wreak havoc, wreak havoc on, wreck, wrench, wrong, wrongdoing, wrongfulness, wrongly, zap, zing.

Rhymes for Harm:

  1. farm, charm, arm;
  2. forearm, unarm, disarm, alarm, rearm, nonfarm;
  3. underarm;

Quotes for Harm:

  1. In like manner, if I let myself believe anything on insufficient evidence, there may be no great harm done by the mere belief; it may be true after all, or I may never have occasion to exhibit it in outward acts. William Kingdon Clifford.
  2. I have noticed that nothing I never said ever did me any harm Calvin Coolidge.
  3. I'm in favor of legalizing drugs. According to my values system, if people want to kill themselves, they have every right to do so. Most of the harm that comes from drugs is because they are illegal. Milton Friedman.

Idioms of Harm:

  1. wouldn't harm a fly;
  2. No harm done;
  3. harm a hair on head;