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- interj. Common misspelling of goddamn.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. A more intense and vulgar form of darned; -- often taken as profane and offensive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An Englishman: a term of reproach applied by the French.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. extremely
- adj. expletives used informally as intensifiers
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And some man, a stranger, an enemy, an Englishman, one that we call a goddam, for their unending blaspheming, holds out a crucifix of rough whittled wood, something of his own crude making, and I snatch it without pride from his dirty hands.
Ask me if I looked like an asshole in my beige pants suit in the middle of all these practically teenagers in Bunting goddam Hall.
6 Comments - “Fun with H1N1” - Comments Feed natedog (UID#1905) on November 17th, 2009 at 11: 22 am goddam is that GWBush in that bottom pic?
Then Jon Volkmer, an English professor, had what Holden Caulfield would have called a goddam terrific idea.
Another proof that he was a native of the universal country was apparent in the fact of his knowing no other Italian words than the terms used in music, and which like the "goddam" of Figaro, served all possible linguistic requirements.
If you think I’m bein’ unfair then you go’n call the goddam cops.
Don’t listen to Anthony Damiani, who’s probably some kind of goddam World of Darkness fan or something.
We can defeat them—the British and the French and the Egyptians and the Israelis—the whole goddam works of them we can knock off, if you want.
He only stands for two things: obstructing Democratic … well, Democratic anything, and the national anthem from whatever goddam alien planet he UFOed here from.
Welcome to being a goddam grownup who signed on the dotted line to run for high office.