Very much: a damn sight saner than other people (1928+)
My father is an old man,” said Richard; and then with an outburst, “And a damned sight finer fellow than either you or Dalton!
She talks like a lady, and, what's a damned sight harder, she acts like a lady.
Oh, the island over yonder is a damned sight more dangerous, ain't it, Abe?
My throat can be cut as quick as yours, and maybe a damned sight quicker.
General Lackaday, the last time I saw him, agreed with me that the war was a damned sight better than this.
I never set up for being a charitable man; but that seems I was a damned sight too charitable towards you.
After all, so he had—a damned sight more trouble than any one there suspected.
A clean bullet is a damned sight more to my liking than the dirty paws of such as Rios and Escobar and their following.
She'll come out of that a damned sight quicker than she went in!
A damned sight more, you blackguard; but I'll save it for the authorities!'