Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of damnation.

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Examples

  • I don't want to think it's out of a desire to play the proverbial skunk at the garden party, posting here just for the fun of triggering the predictable and equally judgmental you-are-going-to-hell damnations from others.

    Eliot Daley: Welcome, Atheists. But, Really, Why Are You Here?

  • I don't want to think it's out of a desire to play the proverbial skunk at the garden party, posting here just for the fun of triggering the predictable and equally judgmental you-are-going-to-hell damnations from others.

    Eliot Daley: Welcome, Atheists. But, Really, Why Are You Here?

  • When talking to her, he skipped the “damnations” and “hellfires,” deferring to her femininity.

    Going Home to Glory

  • First and foremost, I felt she needed to be punished for all the dirty tricks, moving goalposts, damnations with faint praise, negative ads and snooty supporters.

    Chip Collis: The Case for Vice President Clinton

  • Try some cogency and coherence, in lieu of facile damnations and preachments.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The elephant in the room:

  • The only moral solution is to go for the lesser of damnations.

    The morality of war

  • The only moral solution is to go for the lesser of damnations.

    Archive 2006-08-27

  • Poor, blind devil; ophthalmia was among the countless damnations that made the ancient world not so glamorous after all ....

    Time Patrolman

  • Requests for information, blessings, money, advice, praises for the active role the archbishop was playing in city affairs, damnations for the active role the archbishop was playing in city affairs.

    With Friends Like These

  • Requests for information, blessings, money, advice, praises for the active role the archbishop was playing in city affairs, damnations for the active role the archbishop was playing in city affairs.

    With Friends Like These...

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