dammit

[dam-it]
interjection Eye Dialect.
damn it (used as a mild expletive).

Origin:
1905–10

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dammit (ˈdæmɪt)
 
interj
a contracted form of damn it

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dammit
representation of damn it as it usually is sounded, attested from 1908.
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Example sentences
This is our honeymoon, dammit.
Still you are in the saddle, and — dammit — you're going to stay there.
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