from The Century Dictionary.
- A coalesced form of
damn me, used as an oath.
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- interjection archaic Expressing anger or vehemence.
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Though hardly heard through multifarious 'damme's' -
"Hark ye, Craigengelt; as you are going into the society of women of rank," said Bucklaw, "I'll thank you to forget your strange blackguard oaths and 'damme's.'
That's what he said, his very words, an 'the next moment, damme, he was snorin'.
And, damme, the kitten popped its face round her head and miaowed at me.
"I do, though," says he, and damme, he was gaping after them like a satyr, this well-brought-up, Christian little princeling.
Viper on Jul 11, 2008 personally i'm hoping the seagal and van damme comments were jokes, if not … .. forest on Jul 11, 2008
Hmm sounds like a perfect fit to me … … or Jean claude Van damme as Gambit HELLO?????
"Confound it, Napier - he's a brave man ... and I'll own that if he could reach Campbell his knowledge of the byways of Lucknow would be beyond price - but he's harder to disguise than ... damme, than any man in this garrison."
This is going to be amazing! we just need van damme in the picture, this movie will make history wwebatista
I would recommend it to all of us who watched the van damme movies back when he was a star (that is, when we were young). it's like watching an indie action flick and a reflection on the genre at the same time.
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