verb (used with object), dog·goned, dog·goning.
adjective, superlative dog·gon·est.
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How to use doggone in a sentence
Reid told his Nevada constituents last week that was a “pretty doggone good idea.”
They were limited rights, but doggone it, it was a beginning.
I let him hang around, because he was so doggone interested.The Planet Strappers|Raymond Zinke Gallun
Well, sir, it can draw a conveyance, but its doggone poor at it.
Youre company, I know, but theres some things that goes too doggone fur.
Doggone it, Freddy, the thing is just too open and shut, as far as we're concerned.Dave Dawson at Truk|Robert Sydney Bowen
Colonel, he pleaded, Ive been in this doggone army more than a year.Funny Stories Told By The Soldiers|Carleton B. Case