hurtful


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Synonyms for hurtful

marked by, causing, or experiencing physical pain

Synonyms for hurtful

causing hurt

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harmful to living things

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References in classic literature ?
Sometimes this leads them to entertaining delusions; and sometimes it leads them to committing actions hurtful to others or to themselves.
I fear it even now - I fear any kind friend would tell us we are both deluding ourselves with the idea of keeping up a spiritual intercourse without hope or prospect of anything further - without fostering vain regrets and hurtful aspirations, and feeding thoughts that should be sternly and pitilessly left to perish of inanition.
Even their prayers are hurtful to him, until he have made his own.
Spiritually, he was in the position of a man who has been hit simultaneously in a number of sensitive spots by a variety of hard and hurtful things.
Put them in, boy; put them in," continued the woman; "and you, Ishmael and Abiram, if any thing wicked or hurtful comes forth, show them the use of your rifles, like frontier-men.
I had a great high shapeless cap, made of a goat's skin, with a flap hanging down behind, as well to keep the sun from me as to shoot the rain off from running into my neck, nothing being so hurtful in these climates as the rain upon the flesh under the clothes.
Finally, after RJ has made a number of hurtful comments to others, his parents have a talk with him about using his social filter to review his feedback words before he says them.
Pervasive or persistent hurtful acts directed at another student that have taken place at school, while traveling to or from school, during school activities, or while off-campus, that have caused, or can reasonably be forecast to cause, distress resulting in a significant interference with the ability of the student to receive an education or participate in school activities.
He has said things to people while they are practising which they have found hurtful.
The research, which was carried out by Oxford, Bristol, and Warwick universities, asked around 7,000 children aged 12 if they had experienced a sibling saying hurtful things, hitting, ignoring them or lying about them, Press Tv reported.
But Una, 32, said: "I don't let it bog me down too much, the articles and then it's the comments underneath which are really hurtful.
The source insisted that Robertson's family knows his heart and knows that he wasn't trying to be hurtful.
The statement made by BDI leader Ali Ahmeti that "the former NLA members do not want an institutional solution" is shameful and hurtful, veterans comment.
We talked about the hurtful things she'd said but she insisted that she'd either not said them or couldn't see why they were hurtful.
The rumours are very hurtful, untrue & my lawyers tell me actionable.