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  ( damns    3rd person present)   ( damning    present participle)   ( damned    past tense & past participle  )
1       exclam   Damn, damn it, and dammit are used by some people to express anger or impatience.  
INFORMAL, RUDE, feelings   Don't be flippant, damn it! This is serious.     
2       adj   Damn is used by some people to emphasize what they are saying.  
INFORMAL, RUDE   ADJ n     (emphasis)    There's not a damn thing you can do about it now.     
      Damn is also an adverb., adv   ADV adj/adv  
As it turned out, I was damn right...     
3       verb   If you say that a person or a news report damns something such as a policy or action, you mean that they are very critical of it.   (=slam)  
...a sensational book in which she damns the ultra-right party.      V n  
5    If you say that someone does not give a damn about something, you are emphasizing that they do not care about it at all.  
not give a damn      phrase   V inflects     (emphasis)   
6    Some people say as near as damn it or as near as dammit to emphasize that what they have said is almost completely accurate, but not quite.  
near as damn it      phrase   usu PHR n     (emphasis)    It's as near as damn it the same thing...     

damn fool     
Damn fool means `very stupid'.  
INFORMAL, OLD-FASHIONED, RUDE      adj   ADJ n     (emphasis)    What a damn fool thing to do!     
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1    blast, castigate, censure, condemn, criticize, denounce, denunciate, excoriate, inveigh against, lambast(e), pan     (informal)   put down, slam     (slang)   slate     (informal)   tear into     (informal)  
2    abuse, anathematize, blaspheme, curse, execrate, imprecate, revile, swear  
3    condemn, doom, sentence  
4    brass farthing, hoot, iota, jot, tinker's curse or damn     (slang)   two hoots, whit  
5    not give a damn      be indifferent, not care, not mind  
1    acclaim, admire, applaud, approve, cheer, compliment, congratulate, extol, honour, laud, praise, take one's hat off to  
2    adore, bless, exalt, glorify, magnify     (archaic)   pay homage to  

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damn it!
Rats! I will be late to the meeting.
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