Then as you watch it more and more, you’re like ‘dammit, this movie is charming.
dammit, the telegram's up at the house—go and read it yourselves, then!
dammit, he thought, he wished he didn't like the power-hungry politician.
I am not ashamed to say, therefore, that I turned to Mr. dammit for assistance.
dammit, sir, they even produce a photograph of Orlando, the family cat!
dammit, I'd furnish a dozen substitutes rather than have him leave.
Poverty was another vice which the peculiar physical deficiency of dammit's mother had entailed upon her son.
dammit, hae ye nae common sense, swearin' an' jokin' about sic a thing!
Inspector McWalsh turned purple red, dammit, he made me an accomplice to one of his crimes.
The scoundrels refused to pay it, so I had Mr. dammit dug up at once, and sold him for dog's meat.
representation of the exclamation damn it! as it usually is sounded, attested from 1908.