We've never meant any harm to you.
It is bad in that it allows a few to harm the many.
"I suppose there's no harm in going after such a thing to-day," says he.
His late birth in the immortal world landed him Antarctica, where he could do little harm with his wild powers.
The chance for physical harm was too great.
It could do serious harm to your so-called anonymity.
He'd had a million chances to harm her while she lay unconscious and vulnerable on the operating table and never did.
Surely she must know he would never do anything to harm her.
We mean no lasting harm to humanity or to your family.
He had always been the enemy with the most capability to harm her, yet did the most to help her.
One day the Mice met to talk about the great harm that she was doing them.
Rest assured, I didn't send anyone to harm you.
"I mean no harm, Guardian," the Watcher said.
No demon should ever harm you again.
I don't see the harm in Fred trying to find out whose bones Martha found.
Still, she had not intended harm to Alex – not physically anyway.
You.re sworn never to harm one who comes in good faith.
He tried to appease the Norfolk detective by saying no permanent harm had been done and even Mrs. Byrne seemed to have made it through the ordeal.
Speculation and suspicion had done enough harm already.
I'm ashamed that I caused so much harm to everyone.
If his interest in her was feigned, what harm was there in playing along?
If she made the wrong choice, there would be nothing standing between him and the will of those who wanted to cause irreparable harm to the human world.
The municipal elections in several of the larger cities, which had hitherto been regarded as strongholds of socialism, marked an overwhelming triumph for tJic constitutional parties, notably in Milan, Turin and Genoa, for the strikes had wrought as much harm to the working classe1 as to the bourgeoisie.
"I've heard animals talk before," said Dorothy, "and no harm came of it."
Chance forms the characters of the rulers of France, who submit to him; chance forms the character of Paul I of Russia who recognizes his government; chance contrives a plot against him which not only fails to harm him but confirms his power.
Well, and what harm is there in that? and she rose (everybody else got up too) and with a severe expression sailed back to her table in the sitting room.
On the other hand, if he wanted to harm her, he might snatch the stick from her and use it as a weapon against her.
There's no harm in a healthy curiosity.
I can't see what harm it could do.
On what soul I have, I swear never to allow harm to come to kiri.
"If it doesn't work, no harm, no foul," she said.
This unhealthy state is frequently combined with etiolation: what is termed rankness is a particular case, and if the factors concerned are removed by drainage, weeding out, free transpiration, &c., no permanent harm may result.
Cromwell himself was no ascetic and saw no harm in honest sport.
So eminently respectable a person as John Evelyn thought no harm in bowling for stakes, and once played at the Durdans, near Epsom, for £io, winning match and money, as he triumphantly notes in his Diary for the 14th of August 1657.
My men will not harm you.
No harm done, Alex.
Well, no harm done.
I've done nothing to harm you, ever!
Maybe there is no harm in asking it to heal me as it does everyone else.
He does not harm us!
You've done more harm here than anything one of my little Guardians could do to the immortal world.
Such wonderful moments they had when he was leaving and no harm could be done.