Third-person singular simple present indicative form of damn.(verb)
Plural form of damn.(noun)
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Use "damns" in a sentence
"One of the most striking pieces is a brief letter written to Mrs Patrick Campbell in 1918 when Shaw learned of the death of her son; it ends with an outburst, a string of "damns" and "oh dears" and though it may have been written in part with an eye for effect, this rare loss for words feels honest and desperate and all the more moving as a result."
"One of the reporter-panelists asked Kennedy about a Republican official's demand that he apologize to Nixon for the fact that former president Truman, famous for his "damns" and "hells," had "bluntly suggested where the vice president and the Republican Party could go.""
"That said, what's a few "damns" and "hells" between two women who love each other."