Used to express anger, irritation, contempt, or disappointment.(interjection)
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Use "dammit" in a sentence
"This generation has achieved a new low in .... dammit! everything!."
"Late again dammit - festive salutations to yez all and especially you Tiny Tim (as NowhereBob was known in the locker room)."
"Listen, if Pete gets to do mashups involving Six - then I get to mix some Boomer footage in dammit ..."