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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdamnationdam‧na‧tion1 /dæmˈneɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]  PUNISHwhen someone is punished by being sent to hell after their death, or the state of being in hell for everPurgatory
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damnationThey have skirted annihilation and damnation.The missionaries had saved her from starvation and damnation, and in return Manshin Anjima let them call her Mary.The Pope has put betting - with tax-dodging and reading horoscopes - on a list of sins that risk eternal damnation.Too late for salvation and too late for damnation.Such an idea also had pragmatic appeal: saving herself from damnation.You're heading for a nasty fall - into the fiery furnace of damnation.But there will also be those who will stay with it for its relish of damnation.
damnationdamnation2 interjection old-fashioned  ANGRYANNOYused when you are very angry or annoyed
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