goddam goddam  /ˈɡɑdD ˌæm/


  1. (adj) expletives used informally as intensifiers
  2. (adv) extremely


  1. Raise your goddam fares 20%.
  2. I mean I recognized the goddam kid right away.
  3. What this neighborhood needs is another goddam Protestant church.


  • Byron Williams: Verdict is another in line of Florida absurdities

    "Not guilty!" With those two words, I was overcome with that nauseating feeling of saddened expectation. I wanted so desperately to be wrong, but alas, absurdity won out. Nina Simone's 1963 civil rights protest anthem "Mississippi Goddam!" ought to be reprised.
    on July 21, 2013     Source: Lamorinda Sun


  1. Buckley replied: "Now listen, you queer, stop calling me a crypto-Nazi or I'll sock you in the goddam face and you'll stay plastered."
    on Feb 1, 2008 By: William F Buckley Jr Source: National Review Online

  2. Warner quoted from minutes of a CAW board meeting in which union head Buzz Hargrove said a CAW adviser had been sent to Yellowknife "to keep a good strike going" and to "just ram the goddam hell out of the scabs."
    on Jul 29, 2007 By: Buzz Hargrove Source: Prince George Citizen

  3. ...began destroying what "President" George W. Bush called "that goddam piece of paper" -- the US Constitution -- failed to stop a terrorist attack on NYC and Washington, DC, shrugged off the valid concerns of the rest of the world about...
    on Apr 20, 2010 By: President Bush Source: Huffington Post (blog)

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