Drats is an expression that can be used in the place of almost any swear, vulgar term, or interjection. It is a clean alternative to many of the rude things being said in our modern world. While originally it meant "God's rot", the term has lost all real meaning besides that which is given to it by context. Drats can be modified to form any part of speech by adding suffixes to it, and it is notable for its versatility.  "Drats" stands alone as an interjection; "drat" can be used as a verb; a "dratter" is one who drats; "dratting" can be used as an adjective or as an adverb which modifies adjectives; and "dratty" is also an adjective, but it should only be used as the predicate of a linking verb. The possibilities are nearly endless, and you might just save some money from the old swear jar. So, next time you feel like swearing, give "drat" a chance; after all, what do you have to lose?

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