Meaning of damnably in English:

damnably

Translate damnably into Spanish

adverb

See damnable

‘Why do some people make such a damnably disgusting munching sound when they eat that can be heard miles away?’
  • ‘Far be it from me to suggest that, at the end of a parliament, the papers might like to review their own performance in the damnably tricky business of reporting faithfully the news.’
  • ‘It may not be perfect - but it works damnably well.’
  • ‘She is intelligent and sincere, and remarkably uncensorious about the social services which seem so damnably to have failed her.’
  • ‘I get to pick up Debbie from her last day at school, which is one of those milestones that come and go so damnably fast.’

Pronunciation

damnably

/ˈdamnəbli/