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damnable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdamnabledam‧na‧ble /ˈdæmnəbəl/ adjective old-fashioned  BADvery bad or annoying This damnable heat!damnably adverb
Examples from the Corpus
damnableWilberforce saw very clearly that this was the issue and that evolutionism was damnable because it implied moral and cultural relativity.And this is a damnable doctrine.That is a damnable legacy for any lawyer.That's a damnable lie!Hurry then, and leave this damnable place behind.But with his damnable purity, which they all praised after his death, Modigliani insisted on going his own way.Or, at least it would be when she managed to dry up these damnable tears.
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