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I am trying to find out if 'damnit' is more proper that 'dammit', and am convinced that it is but would love a second supporting opinion. people online say dammit is correct but their evidence is weak (that it sounds better or that's just how they've seen it spelled), whereas I want to use 'damnit' because the base word is 'damn' with it's conjugations including damning and damned. I thought 'damnit' was a form of damn, but maybe that was my original mistake. Anyway, any well supported information on the subject would be greatly appreciated
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Use 'dammit' or 'damn it'.

Everybody should bookmark the OneLook site, which searches a large number of free online dictionaries.

Click here to read about 'dammit' and then change the headword to 'damnit' for some pretty conclusive evidence,

Rover
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Neither term is 'proper', in the sense that you shouldn't use it in polite situations.

In other situations, it is usually spoken, so spelling is not a big issue.

Clive
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My opinion is that the correct spelling is "damnit". I know this spelling from years of reading comic books. If I were writing something more formal, then I'd just avoid using the word/phrase altogether.

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