Origin of danged
Definition for danged (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), adjective, noun
Origin of dang
Examples from the Web for danged
Before his dramatic about-face during his Senate primary campaign—when he proclaimed, “Complete the danged fence!”
"Danged if I can make out what this hunk of raw beef is put here for," soliloquized the visitor.A Dream of Empire|William Henry Venable
Yes, every danged member of the tribe has gone to the hotel and left me lost.The Letters Of Mark Twain, Volume 4, 1886-1900|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Danged if our country down here is worth singing about like that!The Mayor of Casterbridge|Thomas Hardy
They kin steal yer shirt without techin' yer coat, danged if they can't.
"Danged if ye ain't so plumb full o' buffaler meat ye nigh weigh a ton," growled the hunter.
British Dictionary definitions for danged
interjection, adverb, adjective
Word Origin and History for danged
1793, euphemism for damn.