Before his dramatic about-face during his Senate primary campaign—when he proclaimed, “Complete the danged fence!”
Why, danged if he isn't going to give us anoother turn of it!
danged vules both of 'e. Bide outside, bide outside, I tell 'e.
danged if I know how an old fellah in his bed-room muddles away money at that rate.
You did it because you're not so danged tough and hard-hearted as you thought you were.
"danged if it warn't a good un," admitted the hunter, chuckling.
danged if I like a feller that alwus looks so sollum an ugly.
danged if iver I see sech tom-fool notions as he's took up with in all my born days!
You'll hear a danged sight more'n that, now I'm tellin' yuh!
“You danged old heifer,” he muttered and then the kitchen door flew open.
(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]