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.]

dang

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

dang

(dæŋ)

v.t., adj., n.
damn (used euphemistically).
[1780–90]
References in classic literature ?
But let me tell you-all that when the big strike sure does come, you-all'll do a little surface-scratchin' and muck-raking, but danged little you-all'll have to show for it.
That's true, Mike, those Partridge Chanteclers are danged cold hardy
During his 2010 reelection campaign, he vowed to "complete the danged fence" across Arizona's span with Mexico.
The brainchild of its chairman, Senator Kevin Avard of Nashua, the study committee seeks to get to the bottom of a question persistently asked by legislators: Why are New Hampshire's electric rates so danged high?
Hayworth for Senate in 2010--McCain pandered grossly to the base, rejecting bills he'd previously co-sponsored and vowing to "complete the danged fence.
When she cuddles my daughters, it melts my danged heart.
Baby boomers who loved their sports cars are just too danged old.
I'll be danged if we didn't find another ram on the hike back to camp.
Fortunately, because they are so danged cute, there are plenty of humans who are willing to do the puppy stuff.
It's not a winter warmer; it's just a danged good IPA," says Morrison, who calls it her "hands-down favorite.
By the time Vietnam rolled around," he says, "I was just too danged old.
You're danged if you do, danged if you don't," said L.