damn right

damn right

An exclamation showing agreement with something that has been said. Frequently used in the expression "you're damn right." A: "I think you're the best basketball player on the team." B: "Damn right!" A: "Are you really going to confront Zach about stealing your idea?" B: "You're damn right I am!"
See also: damn, right
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"Like, 'Oh yeah, damn right we're going crazy'," West continued.
"But if Stephanie McMahon wants to call me out, you damn right I will get back in that ring and take my boss on."
Therefore, if you think that you "can", you are damn right you can.
Damn right; the Office of the Solicitor General is not the prosecution arm of the government.
If you're asking me about adults, you're damn right we do.
Dillashaw was allegedly overheard by the arresting deputy at the jail saying, "you're damn right I was going to rip his nuts off."
So the Republicans will not say what needs to be said: "You're damn right that we are stopping this flow of money to ten million Americans!
You're damn right it's racist but it's sorority racist."
"Damn right. Cheating scumbags had a clear sporting advantage," says Dave King.
And damn right McDonald's is better than yours -- or anyone else's.
Dazzling Dave's defiantly pushy parent Peter: "We need to put the kids under pressure." Damn right!
'An' we like your company.' 'Damn right,' sue said.
John Tyrrell Judge him only on his rugby, yes damn right he's good enough.
Kyle Torres Orchard: Some of the tweets were damn right disgraceful.