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darned

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdarneddarned /dɑːnd $ dɑːrnd/ adjective spoken informal  1 I’ll be darned!2 I’ll be darned if ...3 darned if I know
Examples from the Corpus
darnedSeems the boy was flying too low, hit one of those darned electricity cables.Perhaps, after all, a general election is only the sublimation of a darned good riot.We were a darned sight better than them.But you're all going to have to work a darned sight harder.He saw now that they only wanted the darned things for analysis.