damn with

damn (someone) with (something)

1. To curse one verbally. Look, you can damn me with every curse you can think of, but it won't change this situation one bit.
2. To cause problems for one. I think the lawyer damned his client with that line of questioning,
See also: damn
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damn someone with something

1. Lit. to curse someone with words. She damned him with curse after curse. Maria damned Joe with the worst curses she could think of.
2. Fig. to denounce or defeat someone in a particular way. She damned him with her insincere words of praise. She damned herself with the evidence she had hoped would save her.
See also: damn
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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