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Synonyms for damnation



Synonyms for damnation

a denunciation invoking a wish or threat of evil or injury

Synonyms for damnation

the act of damning

the state of being condemned to eternal punishment in Hell

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MEN Is released nationally on Monday, January 27 with the single I Want A Moustache Dammit released on Monday.
99 each, Dammit Dolls are a charming way to cope with holiday annoyances, turn exasperation into exhilaration, and at minimum help relieve seasonal stress in a manner not likely to end in a lawsuit, a jail cell or even a time-out.
Yes, dammit, this will make every twosome, new or old, swoon," said Grant, who plays a washed-up '80s pop star in the film.
God dammit," replies the other pilot, who had opened fire.
We hear the voice of Toby Dammit, a British actor played by Terence Stamp before we see him--his voce is decadent, laconic, resigned, exhausted:
Of course, it's America, dammit, and our artists, native or Canadian, for the president or against him, are free to say whatever they want about whomever they want.
From Paris to Palookaville, on a non-stop trip, and dammit, we are going to be commercially triumphant--for a change.
Stored in robust colour coded containers, wheeled bins or simple "economy" boxes, kits consist of absorbent pads, "socks" and cushions is differing combinations together with Dammit sealant for damaged and leaking tanks and drums, Dammit mats for emergency drain sealing, goggles and protective gloves.
Dammit, Huntington, show a little patience with techno-electro-challenged geezers like John Taffin and me.
What you have to say--God dammit, What do you have to say?
But, dammit, I couldn't have raised $30 million like Bradley.
Despite its assiduous pursuit of all the nineteenth century poetic vices, the work is of interest not only for its patent sincerity, nor for the fact that -- dammit -- it's moving, but also because Parkes clearly saw the cause of the `Terrorist' party as coextensive with that of an independent Australia.
Unfortunately, the scientists, fearing that non-smokers will rush to buy 20 Silk Cut to improve their brainpower, aren't, dammit, saying this.
Now, though, the millennium is coming, and dammit, we're buying whether we can afford it or not
Like the needle in the hay, his quest came down to a small matter indeed; a matter of this corner turn left and that corner turn right, of street names and numbers -- and the place he sought must, dammit, must be at hand.