dammit

[dam-it]
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interjection Eye Dialect.

damn it (used as a mild expletive).

Nearby words

  1. damien, father,
  2. damietta,
  3. daminozide,
  4. dammar,
  5. dammer,
  6. damn,
  7. damn the torpedoes,
  8. damn well,
  9. damn with faint praise,
  10. damnable

Origin of dammit

First recorded in 1905–10

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British Dictionary definitions for dammit

dammit

interjection

a contracted form of damn it
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Word Origin and History for dammit

dammit

representation of the exclamation damn it! as it usually is sounded, attested from 1908.

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