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  • "He ascribes all his failures to get on in the world, all of his congenital incapacity and damfoolishness, to the machinations of werewolves assembled in Wall Street, or some other such den of infamy." by

    The Truth About GERD

  • Ye keep thinking, 'How reasonable that woman is,' till ye wake up and find she's got ye hooked on one of the horns of yer own damfoolishness!

    The Sturdy Oak A composite Novel of American Politics by fourteen American authors

  • They say he's an all-fired worker and he certainly does seem to have hid some decent stuff in him under all his damfoolishness.

    The Magnificent Ambersons; illustrated by Arthur William Brown

  • They say he’s an all-fired worker and he certainly does seem to have hid some decent stuff in him under all his damfoolishness.

    Chapter 34

  • But we went in out of general damfoolishness -- for an ideal -- this country you said didn't have any.

    The Wrong Twin

  • "A lot of damfoolishness, my dear old friend," said I.

    The Red Planet

  • I didn't dare struggle much for fear the bladder would loose itself, and Pa said, 'Now Hennery, I am going to break you of this damfoolishness, or I will break your back,' and he spit on his hands and brought the barrel stave down on my best pants.

    Peck's Bad Boy and His Pa 1883

  • Pa said, 'Now, Hennery, I am going to break you of this damfoolishness, or

    Peck's Compendium of Fun

  • "But you can get any brand of psychic damfoolishness you think you need in your business.

    The Rules of the Game

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  • "The central belief of every moron is that he is the victim of a mysterious conspiracy against his common rights and true deserts. He ascribes all his failure to get on in the world, all of his congenital incapacity and damfoolishness, to the machinations of werewolves assembled in Wall Street, or some other such den of infamy. "

    August 19, 2011