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!