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. (

To hurt, harm, or injure, as by scorching. (

To attack with severe criticism. (Collins Dictionary)

To injure, harm. (Collins Dictionary)


Scathe Zombies.

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


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