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Damn — synonyms, definition
1. damn (Noun)
ace bit crumb darn grain hoot modicum particle red cent shit shred shucks tinker's dam tinker's damn
damn (Noun) — Something of little value.
ex. "his promise is not worth a damn"
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2. damn (Verb)
abuse accurse adjudge anathematise anathematize anathemise anathemize assail attack banish bedamn beshrew blame blaspheme brand condemn consign to hell convict criticise criticize • • •
damn (Verb) — Wish harm upon; invoke evil upon.
ex. "The bad witch damned the child"
damn (Verb) — Find fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws.
damn (Verb) — Condemn as being bad, harmful, immoral, etc..
ex. "the report damned the clubs more for their disregard of the existing rules"
15 types of
arouse bring up call down call forth comment conjure conjure up evoke invoke notice point out put forward raise remark stir
admonish assail assault attack bawl out belabor belabour belittle berate blame blast call down call on the carpet censure chew out chew up chide come down criminate crucify • • •
3. damn (Adjective)
blamed blasted blessed damned darned dashed deuced doggone goddam goddamn goddamned infernal
damn (Adjective) — Used as an expletive.
ex. "oh, damn!"
damn (Adjective) — Expletive used informally as an intensifier.
ex. "he's a damn (or goddam or goddamned) fool"
4. damn (Adverb)
damn (Adverb) — Extremely.
ex. "you are damn right"
5. damn (Interjection)
damn (Interjection) — Exclamation of annoyance.
ex. "He is a captain in the army, damn it, and all day he does nothing but call out orders"