Definition of Care a hang
1. Verb. Show no concern or interest; always used in the negative. "She doesn't give a damn about her job"
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Literary usage of Care a hang
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1. America and the Canal Title; Or, An Examination, Sifting and Interpretation by Joseph C. Freehoff (1916)
"Colonel Goethals stated that he reported the observation of Secretary Taft to President Roosevelt, who remarked characteristically : I DON'T care a hang FOR ..."
2. Representative American Plays by Arthur Hobson Quinn (1917)
"You don't care a hang for men—and— DAISY. You mean men don't care a hang for me. KEITH No I don't. I don't mean that at all. But you're so independent men ..."
3. Puvis de Chavannes by André Michel, Jean Laran (1912)
"... with painting after his own fashion and did not care a hang about the wall, " If he does not care a hang about the wall, the wall will spit him out! ..."
4. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1910)
"Before I met you I didn't care a hang whether the bills were ever paid. What am I to do now?" anxiously. "Do you suppose I'll drop back in the old ..."
5. Old Margaret, and Other Stories by Henry Kingsley (1895)
"Don't care a curse," said the prince ; " don't care a hang— don't care the tenth part of a ..."
6. The Red Badge of Courage and Four Stories by Stephen Crane (1997)
"I don't care a hang. [I tell yeh what I know an' yeh kin take it er leave it. Suit yourselves. It don't make no difference t' me. ..."