verb (used with object), adjective, noun
- danger angle,
- danger cave,
- danger man
Origin of dang
Examples from the Web for dang
It was a long chance he took—a "dang long chance" as Applehead admitted afterward.The Heritage of the Sioux|B.M. Bower
Dang it, Al, a man ought to be arrested for starting a horse in that condition.Old Man Curry|Charles E. (Charles Emmett) Van Loan
You been puddling aqua vitae, dang my buttons an you bean't.With Drake on the Spanish Main|Herbert Strang
Give us our gun that we may shoot him—no—no, dang guns—and dang this great clumsy rod!
But dang it, if old Sir Geoffrey go to the wall without a knock for it!Peveril of the Peak|Sir Walter Scott
interjection, adverb, adjective
1793, euphemism for damn.