noun, adjective Informal.
Examples from the Web for darnedest
Instead, they represent a basic truth that federal politicians, like kids, say the darnedest things.
Morgan did his darnedest to humanize the hard-nosed media mogul.
But she has done her darnedest to squelch rumors that she is interested in running.
Badger-face, sez Horace, youre the darnedest bother of a man I ever saw.Friar Tuck|Robert Alexander Wason
It's the darndest news—the—the darnedest good news ever you heard in your life.The Portygee|Joseph Crosby Lincoln
I tried my darnedest to get some of the fellows to come with me.Two on the Trail|Hulbert Footner
"You certainly have the darnedest luck in backing the right horse," exclaimed a rival pork-packer enviously.The Red Cross Girl|Richard Harding Davis
They all said in college that I talked the darnedest hash in the class, anyway.Kentucky in American Letters, v. 2 of 2|John Wilson Townsend