Damn Verb Synonyms
curse (at), swear (at), execrate
I damned the day I first set foot in that house.
condemn, criticize, find fault with, berate, castigate, upbraid, attack, blast, reprimand, reprove, remonstrate, denounce, blame
Some would damn him for saving the murderer from drowning, others would damn him if he didn't.
jot or tittle, brass farthing, hoot, two hoots (in hell), tinker's damn or cuss
His opinion isn't worth a damn.
doom, condemn, sentence
Sisyphus was damned for all eternity to roll a heavy stone up a hill.
Entertainment / Literature / Infant Damnation: A rather grim Protestant doctrine associated with Puritan theologian John Calvin. It is closely associated with the doctrines of 'Total Depravity,' 'Original Sin,' and 'The Elect.' The idea of Infant MORE
Entertainment / Literature / The Elect: John Calvin's Puritan doctrines emphasized God's prescience and omnipotence and de-emphasized human free will. Accordingly, for Calvin, the vast majority of humanity is fated for damnation because of MORE
Life Style / Coffee / Balanced: This is a difficult term. When tasting coffees for defects, professional tasters use the term to describe a coffee that does not localize at any one point on the palate: in other words, it is not imba MORE
Entertainment / Literature / Euphemism: Using a mild or gentle phrase instead of a blunt, embarrassing, or painful one. For instance, saying 'Grandfather has gone to a better place' is a euphemism for 'Grandfather has died.' The idea is to MORE
Entertainment / Literature / Total Depravity: A doctrine associated with John Calvin's doctrine of Infant Damnation and Saint Augustine's and Saint Tertullian's doctrine of Original Sin. Total depravity argues that, because of Adam's fall from Gr MORE