from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Damned.
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- adj. Damned by God.
- adj. Used as an intensifier.
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- adj. expletives used informally as intensifiers
- adv. extremely
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He'd normally be the type to say, goshdarn, but he reckons goddamned is just objective description in the devil's case.
The kind of work that obviated the need for "exercise," since at the end of a day of heaving stuff and climbing and pounding you were in goddamned shape.
Well call the goddamned extrimater and have him come out and extrimate the little critter.
Sadly, it got eaten in the abyss that we shall call the goddamned internet.
It isn't about the utterance of the expletive "goddamned," which quite frankly ought to be acceptable language during the post-10 o'clock hour when Field let loose.
He deserves some kind of goddamned award for that.
Right now, those of you who know me in person are sitting there slack-jawed and gaping, assuming that Ed must be some kind of goddamned magician to have kept me from face-planting into the china cabinet or carving up a Persian rug with my high heels.
Sorry Charlie, but it is our "goddamned" business!
I don't know about others here, but for the longest time it has felt to me like we've been stuck in this deep, dark, sweaty, fucking hole fighting like hell against some kind of goddamned monster that intends to steal the very essence of who we even are.
(i sound like my dad when i say "goddamned" anything, hey?)
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