in-joo'-ri-us, in-ju'-ri-us (hubristes, "insolent"): In former usage, the word was strongly expressive of insult as well as hurtfulness. So in 1Ti 1:13. In Ro 1:30 the same adjective is translated "insolent" (the King James Version "despiteful").

See the definition of injurious in the KJV Dictionary

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