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doggone(d)

(ˈdɔˈgɔn(d))
mod. darn(ed); damn(ed). I sort of wish my hooter wasn’t so doggone big.
See also: doggone

doggone

verb
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Marriott International Inc (NYSE: MAR), a US-based company that owns and operates hotel properties, has announced its Doggone Best Friend Vacation Package for guests with pets, at the Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel in Palm Springs, California, US.
When the former owner of I'll Be Doggone Doggy Daycare & Boarding Inc.
Do you know where he was headed in such a doggone hurry?
Poll numbers are what they are, but doggone it, I'll tell you it is those of us who have kept our eye on the ball, have patience, a sense of history, and a little bit of spine and guts to us are going to prevail, and I say that not just about talk-show guys or even defense secretaries, but people in our uniform doing the noble work of this war.
People are starting to realize kraut is a pretty doggone good food.
Because, doggone it, Darth Vader is Luke's father, capable of real choices for good or evil (as the third Star Wars movie illustrates, fans may remember), just as Lucifer was once the brightest of the angels, named after the light he long ago represented.
Here's a doggone surprising twist on prescription drug diversion.
It's simplistic in notion, but pretty doggone complicated in practice," said Guarino.
THE Beautiful North played an admirable part in making HMV's Go Live a doggone success, so it's no surprise that they've dropped us a quick wink about future plans.
After being so doggone holy for all of her freaking life, and running 'round like crazy worrying about saving my soul, she just about screwed up her own salvation.
Now, I would have paid full price in a minute for a new jazz CD featuring the all-star lineup of A, B, E, J, L, and T, and I have often paid full retail for recordings by the LSO, but doggone it, my experience has always been that when you mix classical and jazz, the end result is usually way less than the sum of its parts, and that is what happens here.
They might also note that a magazine that has been publishing so-called "survival" information for 83 years must be a doggone unusual swindle by a very patient con artist
Former president Bill Clinton (star of Sling Blade V) said, "Diversity is our strength, and doggone it, straight Americans need to be seen too.
We drilled and drilled, and she got pretty doggone good.
Would it therefore be safe to say that the Dayton man is pretty doggone lucky?