He maintains that it is the d in d-d, the reduplicate prterite of do.
It ma-akes a f-fool of an h-honest man and a d-d—n f-fool of a f-fool.
Would you have a man so d-d nice as to balk when house and land is a-going—a-going—a-going!
Farewell, my clerk has been waiting this hour to begin a d-d information.'
abbreviation of Latin Divinitatis Doctor "Doctor of Divinity."