Definition of Doggonedest
1. doggoned [adj] - See also: doggoned
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Literary usage of Doggonedest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Aircraft: Its Development in War and Peace and Its Commercial Future by Evan John David (1919)
""We started 'cross lots' and saw about all of Newfoundland, and I must say that this is the doggonedest island to find anything on I ever struck. ..."
2. Who Won the War?: Letters and Notes of an M.P. in Dixie, England, France and by Edwin James Tippett (1920)
"The race question is still on a tension. Trouble is likely to break out any minute. But don'tI have the doggonedest luck on raids and riots? If I go along, ..."
3. Alice Adams by Booth Tarkington (1921)
""Why, that's the doggonedest thing I ever heard!" he said. "I already am the oldest inhabitant down there, but if you go, there won't be anybody else of the ..."
4. The Flying U's Last Stand by B. M. Bower, C.H. Simonds Company, Little, Brown and Company (1915)
"doggonedest crazy bunch ever I struck," grumbled the Old Man with grateful insincerity. " What you fellers don't think of, there ain't any use in mentioning ..."