That night, when I got your note telling me what you had done, I did a damnably foolish thing.
That I love you most dearly, and hate the French most damnably.
He wrote of Washington at this time, to his friend Gates, as weak and "most damnably deficient."
I treated you damnably, but—but you know, it was on account of her, really.
It isn't so utterly and damnably bad as you make out, you know.
It chanced, you see, that I was in France—and out of service and damnably out at elbows, too!
That he had picked up a talent for that dazzling style, so sweet to the ear, so damnably persuasive, so crystal-clear!
I forget sometimes to be unhappy in reflecting that I am damnably ridiculous.
All the deities in heaven would take the part of the cuckold-making god, for they are all given to the flesh most damnably.
It was so damnably unnerving he was afraid of losing all emotional control.