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[kon-sahrnd, kuh n-]
adjective Older Use.
  1. confounded; damned.
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Origin of consarned

1835–45, Americanism; alteration of concerned, used as a euphemism for confounded
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Historical Examples of consarned

  • Have to stay to home and work and slave over them consarned tax papers.

    Keziah Coffin

    Joseph C. Lincoln

  • Thar war a trial, an' they proved ez he'd been consarned in makin' moonshine.

  • Because there is nought agate that fits women to be consarned in.


    Charlotte Bront

  • Get a pole out, and see if you can push away from that consarned tree.

  • But what I have been the most consarned about is the state of the dead.