2. Adverb. (US euphemistic) Goddamn. ¹
3. Interjection. (US euphemistic) Goddamn. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Goldurn
1. goldarn [n -S] - See also: goldarn
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Goldurn
Literary usage of Goldurn
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Left in Charge by Clara Morris (1904)
"I don' care if he's twenty times a Stanway dog, I'll cut the hide offen him if he don' keep outen my way! goldurn yer both! I'll lick him if I want to! ..."
2. Elmo's Humorous Speaker (1890)
"... but all he could find wuz "Apple—See Pomology." " How in thunder kin I see Pomology," sez Leander, "when there ain't no Pomology to see? goldurn a ..."
3. The Real New York by Rupert Hughes (1904)
"... goin' so goldurn fast ?" " Oh, it's just the ordinary crowd," said Joyce. "It's like this every day." "Go on! ..."
4. Octavia, the Octoroon by J. F. Lee (1900)
"... soliloquized thus: "Dey sho' is got dat yaller son of a b— now; he tink he white, but I'll be goldurn my black skin ef dey doan salt an' ..."