danged

[dangd]
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Origin of danged

First recorded in 1870–75

dang

[dang]
verb (used with object), adjective, noun
  1. damn (used euphemistically).

Origin of dang

First recorded in 1780–90
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Related Words for danged

doggone, dang, cripes, darnation, drat

Examples from the Web for danged

Contemporary Examples of danged

  • Before his dramatic about-face during his Senate primary campaign—when he proclaimed, “Complete the danged fence!”

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    The Death of Immigration Reform

    Bryan Curtis

    November 7, 2010

Historical Examples of danged


British Dictionary definitions for danged

dang

interjection, adverb, adjective
  1. a euphemistic word for damn (def. 1), damn (def. 2), damn (def. 3), damn (def. 4)
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Word Origin and History for danged

dang

1793, euphemism for damn.

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