damnation

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dam·na·tion

 (dăm-nā′shən)
n.
1. The act of damning or the condition of being damned.
2.
a. Condemnation to everlasting punishment; doom.
b. Everlasting punishment.
3. Failure or ruination incurred by adverse criticism.
interj.
Used to express anger or annoyance. See Note at tarnation.

damnation

(dæmˈneɪʃən)
n
1. the act of damning or state of being damned
2. a cause or instance of being damned
interj
an exclamation of anger, disappointment, etc

dam•na•tion

(dæmˈneɪ ʃən)

n.
the act of damning or the state of being damned.
[1250–1300]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.damnation - the act of damningdamnation - the act of damning      
denouncement, denunciation - a public act of denouncing
2.damnation - the state of being condemned to eternal punishment in Hell
state - the way something is with respect to its main attributes; "the current state of knowledge"; "his state of health"; "in a weak financial state"
fire and brimstone - (Old Testament) God's means of destroying sinners; "his sermons were full of fire and brimstone"

damnation

noun (Theology) condemnation, damning, sending to hell, consigning to perdition She had a healthy fear of hellfire and eternal damnation.

damnation

noun
A denunciation invoking a wish or threat of evil or injury:
Archaic: malison.
Translations

damnation

[dæmˈneɪʃən]
A. N (Rel) → perdición f
B. EXCL¡maldición!

damnation

[ˌdæmˈneɪʃən]
n (RELIGION)damnation f
exclmerde!

damnation

n (Eccl) (= act)Verdammung f; (= state of damnation)Verdammnis f
interj (inf)verdammt (inf)

damnation

[dæmˈneɪʃn]
1. n (Rel) → dannazione f
2. excl (old) → dannazione!, diavolo!
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His response was seen in the caption which read, "DAMNIT! Who in the inner circled leaked?!
Sample lyric: "I saw these awful things in a documentary / decided I would stop eating meat to save the planet/ 'til I was like damnit, I didn't even last a week.' And then later he sings 'Nobody's perfect under the surface / they'll never see that side of me."
I do my job, damnit. And this time, Laurie, maybe the job got the better of you.
L: Because he's just good at everything and I'm, like, "Damnit!" I can't just pull up to a rail and think I'm going to skate it.
"Damnit!" Steven yelled loud enough for the stretching volleyball players in a far corner of the gym to look in his direction.
"Mick (he called me Mick or Mickey--most folks thought this was after Mickey Mantle but it really was after a boyhood friend of his who died young, Dad serving the first time as a pallbearer), I want to go home." He was very frail and weak, but he would throw off his covers and throw his legs over the side of the bed, "Damnit, Mick, let's go!" and shoot me the eyebrows--my brother, Tim, knows this look.
I've hit that curb many times but I guess it was just not feeling it today haha damnit
He stood in the doorway, legs as near as damnit turned to stone.
Is it?And to say, center: it means only this, that one man apprehends, in anysense he can, that he, damnit, is somehow, alive.