consarned

[ kon-sahrnd, kuh n- ]
/ ˈkɒnˈsɑrnd, kən- /
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adjective Older Use.

confounded; damned.

Nearby words

  1. conroe,
  2. cons.,
  3. consanguine,
  4. consanguineous,
  5. consanguinity,
  6. conscience,
  7. conscience clause,
  8. conscience money,
  9. conscience-stricken,
  10. conscient

Origin of consarned

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

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