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damnedest

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdamnedestdamned‧est /ˈdæmdɪst/ adjective spoken not polite  1 do/try your damnedest2 UNUSUAL[only before noun] used to emphasize that something is unusual, surprising etcIt was the damnedest thing you ever saw!
Examples from the Corpus
damnedestAll right, tell the girls, do your damnedest.He was a natural you find them sometimes if you're lucky and from the damnedest backgrounds."It's the damnedest case I've ever seen, " said the sheriff.It was only by the damnedest luck I found his apartment.But by now most of us well know that these intermittent statistics are the damnedest of lies.If I do as you suggest and tell Billy about us, he will do his damnedest to destroy me in revenge.Merry collapsed on a heap of mud, and the bull tried his damnedest to get him.But both the Trust and those of us lucky enough to live there will do our damnedest to prevent it.He has done his damnedest to supply the etymologies whenever he can, and they all ring true.
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