damned

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damned (comparative damneder or more damned, superlative damnedest or most damned)

  1. Godforsaken.
  2. Variant of profane damn, used to express contempt, exasperation, etc. towards someone or something.
    Their damned lawyers can go to hell.
    I can't get this damned thing to work.
  3. Used to express vehemently that one is not or does not do something, or refuses to be or do something.
    Damned if I know. (Strong assertion that you do not know)
    I'll be damned if I let him get away with that. (Strong assertion that you will not let him get away with that)

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damned (comparative more damned, superlative most damned)

  1. (mildly vulgar) Very.
    What's so damned important about a football game?

Verb[edit]

damned

  1. simple past tense and past participle of damn

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