Definition of goddamn in English:

goddamn

(also goddam, goddamned)

Pronunciation /ˌɡädˈdam/ /ˌɡɑdˈdæm/

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adjective

informal North American
  • Used to emphasize or express annoyance with someone or something.

    • ‘I feel so sick I can hardly raise my goddam head’
    • ‘we're sick of this goddamn weather’
    • ‘And irony, oh, the goddamned irony, that courses through the popular culture like a cancer.’
    • ‘I saved up for snow tires this year (damn near killed myself on bald tires in these goddam mountains last year) and went down to get them mounted and balanced this morning after coffee.’
    • ‘Unless, of course, one of you wants to break that goddamned lamp.’
    • ‘Of course, they are singing the goddam Donny and Marie theme song throughout the whole episode.’
    • ‘This harsh dismissal could be seen as a somewhat cruel move - provided it wasn't so goddamned funny, of course.’
    • ‘Do you know how much watery draft lager a hockey fan like me can suck down in the course of a goddamn 80-hour game?’
    • ‘It's a goddamned movie, and, let's be honest here, there are many more productive things to be than a goddamn filmmaker.’
    • ‘To paraphrase Gandhi, have some goddamned cultural sensitivity, man.’
    • ‘I was the goddamned computer club student of the year in 1985, goddammit!’
    • ‘And I'd be goddamned if I was going to scrape it all up with a butter knife.’
    • ‘Intelligent, educated women look at how many cupholders a car has because they want to know how many goddamned cupholders it has.’
    • ‘Oh, and the whole dead mom thing - that's pretty goddamned unsettling too.’
    • ‘I'll be goddamned if I allow this outrageous assertion to pass uncontested.’
    • ‘And the men were so goddamned ungrateful for all the work their wives did!’
    • ‘The red signifies the blood this country has endured for over five hundred goddamned years of treacherous racism.’
    • ‘There shouldn't be signs on the highway exhorting people to swim with the goddamned endangered manatees.’
    • ‘It is indescribably rich, achingly lovely, and utterly goddamned beautiful.’
    • ‘If the bankers and the businessmen who hold our society by the political and economic short hairs really gave a good goddam, poverty could practically disappear.’
    • ‘I repeat, as far as I can tell, nobody goddam well knows.’
    • ‘The old one was just so goddam nice, if you know what I mean.’
    blasted, damn, flaming, precious, confounded, pestilential, rotten, wretched

adverb

informal North American
  • Used for emphasis or to express annoyance.

    • ‘he had been told to do this on some goddam boring management course’

Origin

Mid 17th century abbreviation of God damn (me).