damn[ dam ]SEE DEFINITION OF damn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAMN
Shot a damn cock pheasant by mistake, and had to bury the thing in my own covers.
Damn if I want to see them gray eyes when ye tell about the little mare.
Damn little consolation to us when we're working it out in Dartmoor.
"Them damn' snake, him no speakum," he observed disgustedly.
From "that boy who will go far" I became "you damn young freshman."
It's damn fine writing, I'll say it again, but that's not reason enough for this.
It will have to be one very large, for you are a damn trouble to me, Grant.
“A damn piece of foolish play by folks who orter know better,” he said.
Either we damn them excessively or we praise them excessively.
And he ought to be educated in Ireland, and he would be if Trinity were worth a damn.