Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Steward, you and Jacobs are too danged satisfied with yourselves.

"Don't be so danged fast, young feller," the sheriff advised.

Danged vules both of 'e. Bide outside, bide outside, I tell 'e.

After a couple of days' work the sheriff said: 'I'm danged if I'm not clear stumped.

Why, danged if he isn't going to give us anoother turn of it!

You did it because you're not so danged tough and hard-hearted as you thought you were.

"Danged if it warn't a good un," admitted the hunter, chuckling.

He's a danged old fool in his talk, but you jest keep an eye on him.

Danged if he don't make me laugh: but he's a good ol' beaver, at that, Zeb is.

An' th' more I told 'em about it, th' more th' danged fools laughed!