An' mebbe I won't be so durned lonesome when I gits back hyar.'
None of us can keep a man from being a durned fool if he wants to be one.
But to tell you the truth, Jethro, one old friend to another, durned if I don't wish she was married.
“The durned scoundrel,” hissed Walt, through clenched teeth.
If he believes he can lick the Northeastern with a Hammer, he is durned badly mistaken, and I told him so.
durned if I know which one of 'em got it; when I left they wuz still a biddin' on it.
Well, he must be a durned fool of a dog to be jumping off at every 237 island he sees.
And they stand on the Constertution a durned sight solider nor we do.
I'm so durned lonesome among these jabbering Greeks I'm nearly froze stiff.
And I'll be durned if 't wa' n't the mountings the gal was looking at all the time!