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Synonyms for darned

expletives used informally as intensifiers

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Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman Vincent Cable said: "Lord Mandelson is lucky enough to enjoy the high life which means that he can afford not to be 'so darned pessimistic' but not everyone is so fortunate.
At the very least it can make you pretty darned confused.
Look, it may not seem terribly exciting, but these things are darned useful
Do not allow these darned things to tower in our neighborhood,'' said resident Ron Hall.
To their credit, both institutions, the IMF and the OECD, are doing their darned best to support the Paris hotel industry as well as to keep the first-class intercontinental flight sections of major airlines from feeling the full impact of the recent terrorist threat.