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goddammit

(ɡɒˈdæmɪt)
interj
an oath expressing anger, surprise, irritation, etc
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And Meghan's actress pal Jameela y Jamil tweeted: "English press, just say you hate her because she's black, and him for marrying a black woman and be done with it Goddammit. Your bullying is so embarrassing and obvious."
And Meghan's actress pal Jameela Jamil tweeted: "English press, just say you hate her because she's black, and him for marrying a black woman and be done with it Goddammit.
"Goddammit!" someone hollered furiously, drowning the other sounds.
Because I am not doing it, goddammit! You are not getting me," Rock said.
"Goddammit," Magnus says, pursues the little thing a few feet, chasing in an awkward crouch, though it's already gone, loping off into the woods.
He did, prompting Considine loudly to blurt, Goddammit! After that, the room's sound system cut off.
Duh!' Then they offered me the movie, and I was like, 'Goddammit!'...
"Goddammit she's the prime minister of a G7 country, she didn't get there by luck or by default.
"Hillary Clinton's new campaign slogan is 'Stronger Together.' Which replaces her old slogan, 'Goddammit, It's My Turn!"'
"Goddammit he'd paid his dues, and now it was his turn", he asserts (Feast, 15), the toleration and license extended to such predation (of the coloured, of the poor, of the weak) but a natural expression of a world red in tooth and claw.
"Goddammit Ines, can you open the gates or cant you?