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Damaged goods or Damaged Goods may refer to:
- A collection of goods that have been damaged, usually used to refer to those damaged during shipping
- A damaged good, a good that has been deliberately reduced in quality or performance for marketing reasons
- A person who has an unresolved conflict of emotions after a traumatic event
- Damaged Goods, English translations of Les Avariés (1901) by Eugène Brieux, including one by Upton Sinclair (1913).
- Damaged Goods (Davies novel), a 1996 original Doctor Who novel
- Damaged Goods (record label), UK independent record label
- "Damaged Goods" (song), a song by Gang of Four from their 1979 album Entertainment!
- "Damaged Goods", a song by La Dispute from their 2008 album, Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair
- Damaged Goods (film), a 1914 American silent film
- Damaged Goods (1919 film), a British silent film
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