do (one's) darndest

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do (one's) darndest

To put forth the utmost amount of energy or effort toward some task or goal. A more polite version of "do one's damndest." Money is a little tight at the moment, but I'll do my darndest to be there for your wedding.
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We will do our darndest to make it work for you," Wojciak said.
We do our darndest to live our lives under modern society's tough constraints, constantly worrying whether we should wear skinny or wideleg jeans/if the jojoba extract in our shampoo really works/if squoval is still the most fashionable nail shape/all of the above - and then they move the goalposts again.
But I can assure everybody we are going out there to do our darndest to defend the trophy."
For the rest of it, we're going to make sure that we do our darndest to ensure that each soldier that goes there is going for the first time.
because of the folks I talked with this morning, there were six signalers, four of whom have already done two tours of Afghanistan, and so our aim is "A" to sustain the mission in a common-sense manner and "B" to set the army up for success to do it and "C" to do our darndest to make sure that the people going to do the mission are going down for the first time and will only do one of those tours between now and February 2009.