Definition of "dadgum" [dadgum]

  • Chiefly Southern U.S. Used as an intensive to express mild annoyance. See Regional Note at damned. (adjective)

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Use "dadgum" in a sentence
  • "My friend's father still says 'dadgum' for goddamn."
  • ""dadgum" to those most coaches employ, spit out a surprisingly caustic answer-on live TV-to CBS reporter Bonnie Bernstein's question about the North Carolina job shortly after his Kansas Jayhawks lost the NCAA title game to Syracuse."
  • "The worst part of spending time on Dagobah is the dadgum skeeters."
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