By the way, this article is not only impious and damnable, it's also almost certainly illegal to read or publish it in Gaza.
"You keep saying the same thing with 'damnable iterance,'" we remarked.
Oh, no, this damnable spot must not be her last resting-place!
At any rate after a time Adrian sighed and said: 'Oh, this damnable moonlight!'
It was a damnable presumption, anyhow, something that only an Englishman could be capable of.
He was indeed mortified; but he was mortified only by the blunders of Hamilton and by the escape of so many of the damnable breed.
This is one of the coldest days of this most damnable and interminable winter.
This is a damnable business, but we never knew our women till now.
"For something too damnable for us to imagine," Jerry stated emphatically.
It is hard to believe one so fair and free-spoken guilty of so dark and damnable a crime.