deleterious

Adjective

  1. harmful to living things; “deleterious chemical additives”
    • Synonyms
      • hurtful
      • injurious
    • Similar to
      • harmful
    • Related
      • injury
      • hurt
      • harm
      • trauma
      • harmfulness
      • injuriousness

Context for New Word

Screenshot of context where found deleterious

While reading Eisler, Donnelly, and Montuori (2016) I came across deleterious as a new word.

Learning to be able to process things in a context related to both genders can be challenging.

The following are the words that are in the New Word Project:


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The definition for this word taken from the Terminology app, which is based on the Princeton University’s WordNet lexical database. If you are interested in how I created this resource and how I add new words to it, you can see my blog post Title of Blog Post.

Added to Project:

Reference Author: Eisler, Donnelly, and Montuori (2016)

Reference Citation:

Eisler, R., Donnelly, G., Montuori, A. (2016). Creativity, society, and gender: Contextualizing and redefining creativity. Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies, 3(2) https://dx.doi.org/10.24926/ijps.v3i2.130