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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective & adverb Damned.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • An epithet of reprobation: used as a piece of mild profanity.


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Alteration of eternal.]


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  • "Who holds the key to that tarnal hole, anyway, Tad?"

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  • Does dirty work fer any tarnal critter at'll pay him well fer it.

  • He's talked about ye every tarnal day since꧙ he first seen ye, an 'they a🔜in't been nothin' in his mind since, except yer welfare.

  • "I don't feel good in the tarnal stuff things, nohow."

  • "Boys, I'm drinking, and I don't care, fur my spunk's up, and I'd just's soon bet her all the first bet; them tarnal fellers guzzled me out of $1,000 in Cincinnater, and I wants t🍷er get even."

  • 'Twas 'cause it took him so 'tarnal long to dig a basket, that the pertaters grew ahead of him in the row -- th🃏at's r🍷ight!

  • "You wouldn't feel it so, if ye hadn't been too 'tarnal lazy to change yer seat," sniffed his wife.

  • "Guess that memorial service must be all over, from the racket they're makin 'with them tarnal carts," he said.


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