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First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).

Indom(m)age, v. [Var. of Endomage v. Also in e.m.E. (1583). Cf. Indamna(d)ge.] tr. To damage, injure. — 1587 Conv. Burghs I. 273.
Vnderstanding … the haill burrowis to be grittumlie indomageit be the extraordinar expenssis
c1590 Fowler II. 78/4.
They also quho … ar not able to indommage ȝou
1600-1610 Melvill 550.
The Kirk is indomadgit by the French Embassadour his mass
1695 Stitchill Baron Ct. 115.
They be suffered to lye so long as shall indommage the ground

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