- An Americanism around 1830 to 1840 from thunder and -ation. (Wiktionary)
“Some word which sounded very much like "thunderation" escaped his lips, but he said no more, for he saw in the sleeping woman's face a look he never mistook.”
““And just how in thunderation do you reckon that, when you never even set eyes on her face?” demanded Crockett.”
“Would you care to explain what in thunderation is going on?”
“What in thunderation you doin 'now, son?" he asked Tom.”
“How in thunderation did you all ever get in there?”
“How in thunderation had it come into Cranston's hands?”
“What in thunderation started _you_ last night?" said my father at breakfast.”
“For thunderation sakes, Olive, let up!" he commanded.”
“Of course, I knew lots of moneyed chaps at Yale; but thunderation, I'd have to want public office a good deal harder than I do to go round cap in hand!”
“Who in thunderation are you, anyway?" demanded Cap'n Sproul, propping himself on the table and leaning forward belligerently.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘thunderation’.
All those awesome phrases you hear that you want to say every chance you get. Thanks to adoarns for the inspiration (on the vitamin h page).
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keep it rated G please, thanks!
( open list, randomness )
Panvocalics are words that contain all the vowels. Listed here are "euvocalics": words that have each of the five vowels only once. (These are also a kind of supervocalic.) Words that also have a "...
These were on my unanswered list, but various Wordies have enlightened me. Thanks!
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