do (one's) darnedest

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do (one's) darnedest

To put forth the utmost amount of energy or effort toward some task or goal. A more polite version of "do one's damnedest." Money is a little tight at the moment, but I'll do my darnedest to be there for your wedding.
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Trying to eat more healthily can be complicated--food labels and ads will do their darnedest to convince you of a product's integrity, even if its not necessarily the case.
The BBC, on the understanding that the FAW would do their darnedest to provide a European place as the prize, launched their own Welsh Premier Cup half-a-dozen years ago.