What you say in New York—'a damned fine old family,' yes, is it not?
Banstead at last relieved his feelings with a gasping, "Well, I'm damned!"
"You've treated me damned badly," said Banstead, turning on his heel.
This fellow, who had offered to take money for a guest, was damned for life and branded.
What damned jolly fun it will be to send her out of the house in a rage!
She talks like a lady, and, what's a damned sight harder, she acts like a lady.
"He that believeth not shall be damned" even though he is baptized.
"Bob, it's damned hard to find a straight-legged dog," laughed Danby.
There's somebody behind that damned Langdon—he's not clever enough for all this.
Hardcastle resented the appeal to me, and bid him wait and be damned.