Use of damn in Sentences. 38 Examples

The examples include damn at the start of sentence, damn at the end of sentence and damn in the middle of sentence

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damn at the start of sentence


  1. Damn! I've lost my pen.
  2. Damn! I've lost my pen.
  3. Damn, the car has a flat .
  4. Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!
  5. Damn! I've locked my keys in the car.
  6. Damn! I've locked my keys in the car.
  7. Damn, I've spilt coffee down my blouse!

damn at the end of sentence


  1. Nobody gives a damn.
  2. I don't give a damn.
  3. I don't give a damn.

damn in the middle of sentence


  1. He's a damn nuisance!
  2. Where's that damn book!
  3. My damn car has broken down!
  4. He knows damn all about cars.
  5. He knows damn all about cars.
  6. What a damn fool thing to do!
  7. I'm damn sure she had no idea.
  8. I'll damn well do as I please.
  9. Shit - the damn thing's broken!
  10. It's none of your damn business!
  11. As it turned out, I was damn right.
  12. We got out of there pretty damn fast.
  13. Let's celebrate and damn the expense!
  14. It's as near as damn it the same thing.
  15. Next time he can damn well do it himself!
  16. You know damn well what I'm talking about.
  17. I don't care a damn if you like me or not.
  18. I don't care a damn if you like me or not.
  19. You know damn well what I'm talking about.
  20. It's worth a damn sight more than I thought.
  21. It's worth a damn sight more than I thought.
  22. You were damn lucky not to have been killed!
  23. Trish will keep asking damn silly questions.
  24. I feel a damn sight better than I did yesterday.
  25. The less you give a damn, the happier you will be.
  26. The less you give a damn, the happier you will be.
  27. 'You don't give a damn about my feelings, do you.'--'Quite frankly, I don't.'.
  28. 'You don't give a damn about my feelings, do you.'--'Quite frankly, I don't.'.

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