Shut you up once or twice in a manner that might almost be described as d—d offensive.
And what the devil do you get for it; what is it you've found here that is so d—d precious?
He's a mystery, done up in the carcass of a little, dried-up man, of a d—d uncertain age.
Your d—d servants said you were out; but I soon silenced them.
You've been at that d—d bin, I'm afraid, the forbidden fruit, hey?
Those of these d—d Oliverians whom we can reach must be arrested at once.
He was disgusted and angry and threw it upon the ground exclaiming, "D—d lie," and doggedly gave up the chase.
This is a free country; I am a Yankee—all but the d—d—and now what do you propose to do about it?
You, nor no other d—d son of a d—d Radical traitor, shall stay at our University.
His Majesty pampers these d—d Americans, is too lenient by far.
abbreviation of Latin Divinitatis Doctor "Doctor of Divinity."