It's magnificent, Ambrose, but it's damnably
It was only the logic of youth, but it could hurt damnably
The other gamester presently quitted the room, and then Watson declared he was ashamed to see me; `but,' says he, `I find luck runs so damnably
against me, that I will resolve to leave off play for ever.
And the best of it is, Hareton is damnably
fond of me
Most of the time when I was reading Gibbon this afternoon I was horribly, oh infernally, damnably
In fact, my feelings towards you seem to be utterly and damnably
bad," he said energetically, although forced to keep his voice low.
Angrily] By the way: my dressing-gown smells most damnably
That your lordship's honour's servant was too much poorly during the last rains and was resuscitated by much medicines which made magnificent excavations in the coffers of your honorable servant whose means are circumcised by his large family consisting of 5 female women and 3 masculine, the last of which are still taking milk from mother's chest, and are damnably
noiseful through pulmonary catastrophe in their interior abdomen.
Those unfortunate enough to witness the Comet's arrival have been blinded by what they can only describe as a shifting, ephemeral hue of damnably
That was perfectly reasonable, but as Bennett notes, "that phrase while in actual service will be a barrier that once breached is damnably
hard to restore.
And, if, like me, weight is an issue and you're diet conscious, so damnably
Even more damnably
, while the MUSS agenda is used to justify the encouraging of gender-dysphoric children to live as an opposite-sex member, it's driven by MUSS adults who, in certain cases, have prurient motives.