Dean·Dam·age Pronunciation Key [dean-dam-ij] noun, verb, -aged, -ag·ing.
1. a blow that inflicts a wound on Dean; bodily injury or the cause of such injury to Dean.
2. Injury, harm or peril that causes the role reversal of brothers: Dropping to his knees at Dean's side, Sam felt panic fill his chest. He didn't know what to do.
–verb (used with object)
3. to cause damage to Dean; injure or harm Dean; reduce the value or usefulness of Dean: Dean hated feeling weak, but he felt his strength draining from him as quickly as the blood warming his side.
–verb (used without object)
4. to become damaged: With no more warning than a flicker of movement, Dean suddenly found himself airborne and on a collision course with an ornate oak dresser.
5. emotional damage: Dean felt his chest tighten, his breath slowing. Sam was going to leave... again. Why was he always the one left behind?