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Alteration of damn

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Darn (not comparable)

Positive
Darn

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. Patrono:Euphemism Damn.
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Darn (not comparable)

Positive
Darn

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. (degree, euphemism) Damned.

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Darn

  1. Patrono:Euphemism Damn.
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Infinitive
to Darn

Third person singular
Darns

Simple past
Darned

Past participle
Darned

Present participle
Darning

to Darn (third-person singular simple present Darns, present participle Darning, simple past and past participle Darned)
  1. (transitive) Euphemism of damn.
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From Middle English dernen (to keep secret, hide, conceal (a hole)) from Old English diernan (to hide, conceal) < dierne (secret) < Proto-Germanic *darnjaz (secret)

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File:Fig. 41. Linen darning.jpg

Infinitive
to Darn

Third person singular
Darns

Simple past
Darned

Past participle
Darned

Present participle
Darning

to Darn (third-person singular simple present Darns, present participle Darning, simple past and past participle Darned)
  1. (transitive) Patrono:Sewing To repair by stitching with thread or yarn, particularly by using a needle to construct a weave across a damaged area of fabric.
    I need to darn these socks again.
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