Not to learn how to live till we're about ready to die, it certainly seems to me dang tough!
"dang it all," reflected Young Thomas, forgetting that he was in church.
"Well, if you're sure there's no dang'rous Injuns 'roun' here," he demurred.
And he came into his own room vociferating, "Every last, dang, dirty penny!"
I want a posset, and a posset I 'll have, or be dang'd to me!
Many's the time I heard your grandpaw say them's the most dang'ous kind.
Cease thy applause; 'tis dang'rous; praise like thine Might tempt the most severe and cautious virtue.
As for Margaret Cooper, dang it, I'll court her for him myself.
From dang to Poitiers is a splendid bit, and up to Poitiers one climbs a considerable hill.
Dost know, I got half a look at the doe's face, and dang me!
(also danged) Wretched; nasty; accursed
Absolutely; extremely: You looked dang silly/ ''Purchase what the customer intends to buy?'' ''Dang right''
(also dang it) An exclamation of disappointment, irritation, frustration, etc: Dang, we missed the Welk show
[1840+; a euphemism for damn, which is regarded by some as taboo]