[ dawg-gawnd, -gond, dog- ]
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Stop it I say—would you kill a feller just for a doggoned old cooter?

That's more important than this doggoned experience you and Skinner prate so much about.

If I'd known I was going to lose the use o' myself like this, I wouldn't ha' been so doggoned keen about my friend leavin' me.

Wall, I guess yeu'll be pretty considerable surprised—tarnation surprised, doggoned if you won't.

The better you are, the greater attraction youll be for this joint, for good ladies are doggoned scarce on the Isthmus.

Well, sir, I went to Chicago, and hung around that doggoned city fur a week 'r two; but no Lil.

Me, I've had buck-ague for most three hours expecting that doggoned holdup to blow the roof of my head off.

Since I've been in this doggoned country I've had one or two near things, but this was the nearest.

During the first day out it is a novelty and after that a monotony—except when it is rough; and then it is a doggoned nuisance.

He further inquired "what they wanted to hev sech a doggoned mis'able word as thet on a ring fur?"