goldarn [gol-dahrn] ExamplesWord Origin noun, adjective, adverb, verb (used with object) Informal.
- goddamn (used as a euphemism in expressions of anger, disgust, surprise, etc.).
Also. Origin of goldarn First recorded in 1825–35 Examples from the Web for goldarn Historical Examples of goldarn
Why the jooce don’t yer stop, yer Goldarn young son of a gun?
C. K. Shepherd
That Hank was a goldarn German—and Hank was rooming with me!
All of these are oath-sounds rather than oaths, and somewhat oath-evading, after the fashion of “goldarn it,” in America.
I know half the flamin’ controls and flyin’ wires are blanky well cut on my goldarn bus.
British Dictionary definitions for goldarn goldarn interjection, adverb
- US and Canadian slang a euphemistic variant of