dang

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dang

 (dăng)
interj.
Used to express dissatisfaction or annoyance.
adv. & adj.
Damn.
tr.v. danged, dang·ing, dangs
To damn.
n.
The least valuable bit; a jot: I don't give a dang.

[Alteration of damn.]
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dang

(dæŋ)
interj, adv, adj
a euphemistic word for damn1, damn2, damn3, damn4
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dang

(dæŋ)

v.t., adj., n.
damn (used euphemistically).
[1780–90]
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