Scathe – meaning of the word and examples

Harm, Injury. (Merriam – Webster)

To do harm to: Scorch, Sear. (Merriam – Webster)

Harm; injure. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Damage or destroy by fire or lightning. (Oxford Dictionaries)

To hurt or injure someone. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To attack with severe criticism. (Dictionary.com)

To hurt, harm, or injure, as by scorching. (Dictionary.com)

To attack with severe criticism. (Collins Dictionary)

To injure, harm. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Scathe Zombies. 

https://scryfall.com/card/5ed/192/scathe-zombies

SCATHE Outdoor Drama. A Civil War Incident in Middle Tennessee.

https://www.springhilltn.org/443/SCATHE-Outdoor-Drama

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