Damn [verb]

Definition of Damn:

condemn, denounce

Opposite/Antonyms of Damn:

Sentence/Example of Damn:

It will be damn near impossible for any senior leaders to get their arms around the problem of extremists in the military as long as the Defense Department has so little data on how many service members have ties to domestic terrorist groups.

Still, there are days when I can’t find the motivation—when it’s so damn cold that running would be pure misery.

Ditching the sidearms is more than just a shtick—it’s pretty damn smart.

If Modi asked his Brad Raffensperger to “find 11,780 votes,” he damn well would.

The existence of damning evidence — video footage, for example — can drive some resolutions.

Only condition would be the alien must wear a high-quality mask, covering its damn nose if it has one.

Even as she became an award-winning player while at Wylie High, the Fullers sat alone at games to avoid hearing the odd damn-that-goalkeeper comment.

Why is it — somebody just had a news conference a little while ago who was essentially supposed to work with you and your family — but what he said was damning.

He also scared the hell out of a million guitarists around the world, because he was so damn good.

“Sometimes groups get pretty damn complicated,” Weinstein said.