So you damn well better do with it what you please, even after attending a place like Harvard.
Lucy Farinelli, her niece, had damn well better abide by his wish to let him handle it.
But you damn well better not try to enroll someone in health care.
They're socially liberal, but they damn well want to keep their money.
But it damn well ought to be possible to complain about them - and about the people who condone them.
He's a wise old bird and if he's worried about something it's damn well worth lookin' into.
That orchestra could certainly play jazz; it could play it too damn well.
“They do you damn well here,” he said, coming up to her with his glass in his hand.
If you think you're going out now, you're damn well mistaken.
"You damn well go yourself, mister," was the reply he got; which showed the state of nerves aboard.
Certainly; definitely: you know damn well I have to work (1941+)