Sentence example with the word 'damnation'

damnation

anathema, blue ruin, consumption, denouncement, devastation, excommunication, havoc, judgment, ravage, skinning alive, verdict of guilty

Definition n. the act of damning

Last update: August 25, 2015

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As all deserve damnation, there is no injustice in leaving them to their deserts.   [Please select]

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And the promises I made her just now, too--Damnation.   [Please select]

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Damnation, these thoughts again.   [Please select]

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"We'll drink," said McPhee, slowly, rubbing his chin, "to the eternal damnation o' Holdock, Steiner & Chase."   [Please select]

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What th' hell an' damnation are ye standin' aroun' with that pipe f'r.'   [Please select]

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"Of hell, damnation, and eternal fire," roared the skipper, voicing his own belated terrors.   [Please select]

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Shall I then fear damnation for having been as God fashioned me.   [Please select]

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I don't want any more money, and I don't deserve any--" "Damnation.   [Please select]

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There's a fear of subjective damnation far more vigorous than the outer darkness and worm-that-dies-not nonsense.   [Please select]

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"At least you worked out your own damnation," she returned coolly.   [Please select]

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I was so homesick for Sunnybook and John that I could hardly learn my weekly hymns, especially the sad, long one beginning: "My thoughts on awful subjects roll, Damnation and the dead."   [Please select]

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