Dismantling vs Harmful - What's the difference?
As a verb dismantling
As a noun dismantling
is the act by which something is dismantled.
As an adjective harmful is
of a kind likely to be damaging; injurious.
The act by which something is dismantled.
* 2004 , Detlef Junker, ?Philipp Gassert, ?Wilfried Mausbach, The United States and Germany in the Era of the Cold War
- The three occupation powers had complete discretion over dismantlings , however.
* harmfull (archaic)
of a kind likely to be damaging; injurious
- Wear a hat to protect your skin from harmful sunlight.
* Nouns to which "harmful" is often applied: effect, consequence, impact, influence, emission, chemical, ingredient, substance, gas, agent, additive, drug, radiation, dust, organism, plant, animal, insect, action, act, behavior, component, content, activity, interference, use.
* injurious; see also