- damn the torpedoes,
- damn well,
- damn with faint praise,
- damned if i do, damned if i don't
Origin of damnable
Examples from the Web for damnable
By the way, this article is not only impious and damnable, it's also almost certainly illegal to read or publish it in Gaza.
Sold again, by all that's wonderful—I had almost said by all that's damnable, though it isn't exactly that.Notes of a Son and Brother|Henry James
It's the most damnable interest I ever heard tell of, either in this world or any other.'The Reminiscences of an Irish Land Agent|S.M. Hussey
That was a rotten thing that happened up on the hill to-day, Quinlan—a damnable thing.The Thunders of Silence|Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
mid-14c., from Old French damnable or directly from Late Latin damnabilis, from Latin damnare (see damn). Related: Damnably.