damned[ damd ]SEE DEFINITION OF damned
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAMNED
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.