[god-dam]Informal: Sometimes Offensive.
(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.
verb (used with object)
to curse (someone or something) as being contemptible or worthless; damn.
verb (used without object)
to use the word “goddamn”; swear.
Origin of goddamn
late Middle English. See God
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Historical Examples of goddamn
Goddamn it, Taber, just what in blazes is going on around here?
An outburst consisted of his suddenly springing to his feet with a scowl and announcing: "Goddamn it, I don't belong here!"
British Dictionary definitions for goddamn
interjection Also: God damn
an oath expressing anger, surprise, etc
adverb Also: goddam, goddam, goddamned
(intensifier)a goddamn fool
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Word Origin and History for goddamn
late 14c., from god + damn.
Mais, fussent-ils [les anglais] cent mille Goddem de plus qu'a present, ils n'auront pas ce royaume. [Joan of Arc, 1431, quoted in Prosper de Barante's "Histoire des ducs de Bourgogne"]
Goddammes was the nickname given by Puritans to Cavaliers, in consequence of the latter's supposed frequent employment of that oath.
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