tarnaladverb (or adjective)
tar·nal | \ ˈtärnᵊl, ˈtȧn-\
Definition of tarnal
: damned —used as a mild imprecation paid a tarnal high price for it— C. G. Loomisfire is a cruel, tarnal thing— Conrad Richter
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