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injurious

(ĭn-jo͝or′ē-əs)
adj.
1. Causing or tending to cause injury; harmful: eating habits that are injurious to one's health.
2. Offensive or insulting; hurtful: made injurious statements about his rival.

in·ju′ri·ous·ly adv.
in·ju′ri·ous·ness n.
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26, 28 (1889) (recognizing corporations receive protection for the "enjoyment of property," including the ability to challenge "legislation injuriously affecting it").
To be addressed injuriously is not only to be open to an unknown future, but not to know the time and place of injury, and to suffer the disorientation of one's own situation as the effect of such speech.
Polarization of wealth] affects injuriously every citizen, unless it be the few who fatten at the expense of the many.
Over the time, we have had bitter experiences of mad political ventures that in the end boomeranged injuriously even on their protagonists.
dissenting), (explaining that the damages expert sought to establish the last element of liability--higher prices--which he did by comparing benchmark counties, which provided "evidence that Comcast's anticompetitive conduct, which led to a 60% market share, caused the class to suffer injuriously higher prices").
The officers will appear at Stafford Crown Court on October 14, charged with unlawfully and injuriously imprisoning a man and detaining him against his will.
Andrew Wagg, 28, and Louise Taylor, 34, have been suspended by West Midlands Police following allegations of "unlawfully and injuriously imprisoning a man and detaining him against his will".
Quite intentionally described by the author as an "account" and not a "history," the work is an at times glib, often funny, yet always serious observation of what it meant and means to be a Cherokee, Sioux, Mohawk, or one of the hundreds of tribal peoples that have been recklessly, sadly, and injuriously lumped together into the meaningless if convenient grouping called "Indian.
Each may use them as the common atmosphere; but none can injuriously interrupt their progress, or render them unfit for common use.
What is more, they were imagined as being injuriously affected by the American notions of equality and liberty.
and] very injuriously affected the scenes in which she appeared".