Definition of Dammit

1. Interjection. Used to express anger, irritation, contempt, or disappointment. ¹



2. Noun. The saying of the interjection, used as a general measure of anything. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Dammit

1. used to express anger [interj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dammit

damma
dammable
dammar
dammar pine
dammar resin
dammara
dammarane
dammaras
dammars
dammas
damme
dammed
dammer
dammers
damming
dammit (current term)
dammit to hell
dammits
damn
damn Yankee
damn all
damn and blast
damn it
damn skippy
damn straight
damn the torpedoes
damn well
damn with faint praise
damn your eyes

Literary usage of Dammit

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1. The Works of Edgar Allan Poe: Newly Collected and Edited, with a Memoir by Edgar Allan Poe, Edmund Clarence Stedman, George Edward Woodberry (1894)
"I am not ashamed to say, therefore, that I turned to Mr. dammit for assistance. "dammit," said I, "what are you about? don't you hear ? the gentleman says ..."

2. A Lover's Revolt by John William De Forest (1898)
"Let 'em come! dammit, let 'em hurry! dammit, we 're a-waitin'. ... dammit, we 'll fight it out right here." Abner Sly sniggered, but the Squire called ..."

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