Green’s Dictionary of Slang

something adj.

(also somethinged) a euph. for damn adj. (1)

[Aus]H. Lawson ‘The Man from Waterloo’ in Roderick (1967–9) I 219: There’s another something scab / The boss has taken on!
[UK]Binstead & Wells A Pink ’Un and a Pelican 29: The old fool knocked the three quid out, it’s true [...] but he never took it off the (somethinged) total!
[Aus]Bulletin (Sydney) 10 Dec. 32/1: ‘Ya-as!’ said old Riley, ‘ole Tob’s the cutest something quaderupped I ever druv.’.
[Aus]‘Banjo’ Paterson ‘Victor Second’ in Three Elephant Power 114: The owners danced and swore. What did we mean by bringing a something mongrel there to trip up and kill horses.
[UK]J. Phelan Tramp at Anchor 63: The somethink bleeders finks as we need a squeezin’.