dad-blamed

[ dad-bleymd ]
/ ˈdædˈbleɪmd /

adjective, adverb

damned (used as a euphemism in expressions of surprise, disgust, anger, etc.): The dad-blamed car got stuck in a snowdrift. He's so dad-blamed sure of himself.

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Origin of dad-blamed

First recorded in 1835–45
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Example sentences from the Web for dad-blamed

  • Why, you dad-blamed old long-horned turtle-dove, the boys in camp was all cognoscious about them hiroglyphs.

  • It's a dad-blamed shame that the courts don't take a han' in the matter.

    Gabriel Tolliver|Joel Chandler Harris
  • Why, you dad-blamed old long-horned turtle- dove, the boys in camp was all cognoscious about them hiroglyphs.