Green’s Dictionary of Slang

rammed v.

[orig. Irish/Kent dial.]

a euph. for damned adj.

[UK] ‘The Devil and Johnny Dixon’ in Bentley’s Misc. Mar. 258: May he who would not, on bare and bended knee, drink this toast, be rammed, crammed ---’ ‘And damned!’ roared Magan.
[Ire]S. MacManus Rocky Road to Dublin n.p.: ‘Where’s the other scoundrels, you rammed wee rascal?’ he yelled [BS].
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