damnable

[ dam-nuh-buh l ]
/ ˈdæm nə bəl /
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adjective

worthy of condemnation.
detestable, abominable, or outrageous.

Origin of damnable

1275–1325; Middle English dam(p)nable < Middle French damnable < Late Latin damnābilis, equivalent to Latin damn(āre) (see damn) + -ābilis -able
Related formsdam·na·ble·ness, dam·na·bil·i·ty, noundam·na·bly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for damnably (1 of 2)

damnably

/ (ˈdæmnəblɪ) /

adverb

in a detestable manner
(intensifier)it was damnably unfair

British Dictionary definitions for damnably (2 of 2)

damnable

/ (ˈdæmnəbəl) /

adjective

execrable; detestable
liable to or deserving damnation
Derived Formsdamnableness or damnability, noun
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Word Origin and History for damnably

damnable


adj.

mid-14c., from Old French damnable or directly from Late Latin damnabilis, from Latin damnare (see damn). Related: Damnably.

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