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damnable (adj.)

mid-14c., dampnable, "worthy of condemnation," from Old French damnable and directly from Medieval Latin damnabilis "worthy of condemnation," from Latin damnare "to doom, condemn" (see damn). Meaning "odious, detestable, abominable, deserving of condemnation" is from c. 1400. Related: Damnably(late 14c., dampnably).

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Definitions of damnable from WordNet

damnable (adj.)
deserving a curse;
her damnable pride
Synonyms: execrable
From wordnet.princeton.edu

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