damnable[ dam-nuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF damnable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAMNABLE
"It was the result of a man's damnable folly," said K. grimly.
Oh, no, this damnable spot must not be her last resting-place!
Then I should never have had to encounter the damnable snares of the pulpit!
The same story is heard everywhere, with "damnable iteration."
It was a damnable presumption, anyhow, something that only an Englishman could be capable of.
This is one of the coldest days of this most damnable and interminable winter.
We will come back, and we will find some way to end all this damnable thing.
"For something too damnable for us to imagine," Jerry stated emphatically.
I am not saying what the lies were, but they were damnable lies.
What suffering, what untold misery has been wrought by this damnable custom!