“Like, when Maine-speak uses "damnfool" as an adjective, it is _indeed_ one word.”
“I have responsibilities closer to home-to my employees, to my staff, to the people who depend on me personally to be there, and not go haring off on some kind of damnfool idealistic crusade designed to get someone close to me out of a midterm exam. ”
“I have responsibilities closer to home'to my employees, to my staff, to the people who depend on me personally to be there, and not go haring off on some kind of damnfool idealistic crusade designed to get someone close to me out of a midterm exam. ”
“So the question I have about finishing this story is: should damnfool be one word, two words, or a hyphenated word, when used as an adjective?”
“That is, "You didn't make a damnfool wish like that," not, "You're a damn fool, Carter Hall.”
“But I am on the fence regarding damnfool/damn-fool/damn fool.”
“Obviously Ministers of the Crown don't ask damnfool questions for nothing, but I could only stare at him.”
“I also feel you on hesitating to tell some truths because of how they may be heard, but still speaking truth to tower AND to street, no matter what damnfool judgments may be made.”
“And the fact, the glorious, stupid, wonderful, geeky fact that someone in the White House actually knows what an Atari is, makes me grin like a damnfool yokel.”
“Otherwise, we might do it again, and again and again… 5. Listening to the yap of some damnfool, often in the position of some authority over us, because we HAVE to – for certification, for CE, for “enrichment” or some other important reason.”
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