damn well
phrasal beyond doubt or question ; certainly <
knew damn well what would happen
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • damn well — adverb Etymology: damn (IV) : beyond doubt or question : certainly had never done it and damn well wasn t going to start we had better damn well be sure accustomed to doing as he damn well pleased * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • damn well — adverb Emphatically; certainly. You know damn well that this is an idiom. Syn: bloody well …   Wiktionary

  • damn — damn1 [ dæm ] interjection IMPOLITE used when you are annoyed about something: Damn! I ve broken one of my nails. damn damn 2 [ dæm ] adjective only before noun IMPOLITE used for emphasizing what you are saying, especially when you are annoyed… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • damn — I UK [dæm] / US interjection impolite used when you are annoyed about something Damn! I ve broken one of my nails. II = damned damn UK [dæm] / US or damned UK [dæmd] / US adjective [only before noun] impolite used for emphasizing what you are… …   English dictionary

  • damn — 1 adjective (only before noun) spoken used to show that you are angry or annoyed with someone or something: I can t get this damn button undone! 2 adverb (+ adj/adv) spoken 1 used to emphasize how good something is, how bad something is etc; very …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • damn — 1. (Damn) (2609↑, 312↓) The all purpose word. Example 1: *See s hot girls* Damn. Example 2: *Your team loses a game* Damn. Example 3: *You spill coffee on a white shirt* Damn. Author: Mike http://damn.urbanup.com/595224 2. (damn) (1526↑, 115↓)… …   Urban English dictionary

  • damn — damn1 [dæm] interjection not polite 1.) used when you are very annoyed or disappointed ▪ Damn! I ve locked my keys in the car. 2.) used when something is impressive or surprising ▪ Damn, she s old. damn 2 damn2 adv [+ adjective/adverb] informal… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • damn — v., n., adj., & adv. v.tr. 1 (often absol. or as int. of anger or annoyance, = may God damn) curse (a person or thing). 2 doom to hell; cause the damnation of. 3 condemn, censure (a review damning the performance). 4 a (often as damning adj.) (of …   Useful english dictionary

  • damn — damner, n. /dam/, v.t. 1. to declare (something) to be bad, unfit, invalid, or illegal. 2. to condemn as a failure: to damn a play. 3. to bring condemnation upon; ruin. 4. to doom to eternal punishment or condemn to hell. 5. to swear at or curse …   Universalium

  • Damn Yankees (band) — Damn Yankees Damn Yankees today. Clockwise from upper left: Tommy Shaw, Ted Nugent, Michael Cartellone, and Jack Blades. Background information Origin United States …   Wikipedia

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