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Definition of "dammed" [dammed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of dam. (verb)

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Use "dammed" in a sentence
  • "Winthrop, as well as in the records of the colonies, evidence which shows that the streams of wickedness in New England were "dammed" and not dried up."
  • "Quit being so dammed mamsey pamsey and PC about everything."
  • "The upshot of my research is that the design basis of envelopes of the aircraft and of other structures in general - like railways and metro bridges are beginning to be exceeded with significant frequency due to excessive instantaneous cumulative electrical load demand being placed on hydrogenerators occurring in heavily dammed regions."