I know this is four words joined together but if you say it right it can sound like one. It means I don't give a damn, of course, but if you add the dividend on the end it really rolls of the tongue. No one can take you seriously if you say this when you're angry.

Look pal I don't give-a-damn-dividend about the size of your swimming pool! Just shut your face and get on with your work.

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