adjective Older Use.
- conscience clause,
- conscience money,
Origin of consarned
Examples from the Web for consarned
He was the unluckiest member iver any body was consarned with.
He's taken mine fur sartin an' I begin to think I'm a consarned old fool, that don't know 'nuff to go in when it rains!Uncle Terry|Charles Clark Munn
I swanny, if he didn't take me a'most off the handle with his consarned sweet voice and harnsome manners.
It raly made me ketch my breath to look at her, she was so consarned harnsome.
It mought cos' mo', en it mought cos' less, ez fuh ez money is consarned.The Conjure Woman|Charles W. Chesnutt