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The Definition of - damnable (adj)

    adjective
    1.
    worthy of condemnation.
    2.
    detestable, abominable, or outrageous.

Word Example of - damnable

    Example Sentences for damnable

    "You keep saying the same thing with 'damnable iterance,'" we remarked.

    How are we to mix freely with those who think we are heretics and damnable?

    At any rate after a time Adrian sighed and said: 'Oh, this damnable moonlight!'

    It is the most heartless, damnable teaching that ever came up.

    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.

    Accursed be fortune that constrained thee to so damnable a trade!'

    This is a damnable business, but we never knew our women till now.

    Oh, no, this damnable spot must not be her last resting-place!

    It is hard to believe one so fair and free-spoken guilty of so dark and damnable a crime.

    It was a damnable presumption, anyhow, something that only an Englishman could be capable of.

Word Origin & History of - damnable

    Word Origin & History of damnable

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