(used as an exclamation of any strong feeling, especially of disgust or irritation, and often followed by it.)
the utterance of “goddamn” in swearing or for emphasis.
something of negligible value; damn: not to give a good goddamn.
to curse (someone or something) as being contemptible or worthless; damn.
to use the word “goddamn”; swear.
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How to use goddamn in a sentence
When you live like a goddam animal, you gonna act like a damn animal.‘Something Happened to My Head. I Couldn’t Get Focused.’ | Dale Maharidge | May 26, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
He used LBJ to create Arthur “Goddam” Fenstemaker, the powerful, profane, and complicated governor of Texas.
And now if you'll kindly get zose passengers aboard like I said an' bozzer less about ze goddam luck, I be much oblige'.Where the Pavement Ends | John Russell
They denied God, and their favorite oath Goddam was so often on their lips that they were called Godons.The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2 (of 2) | Anatole France
"Get your Goddam foot out of my face," yelled a drunken voice.Hookers | Richard F. Mann
"Who in this Goddam joint has a drink," she called as she rose from the table.Hookers | Richard F. Mann
I heard a policeman in this area along here make a remark, "Oh, goddam," or something like that.Warren Commission (3 of 26): Hearings Vol. III (of 15) | The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
British Dictionary definitions for goddamn
an oath expressing anger, surprise, etc
(intensifier): a goddamn fool
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