Definitions for GOSHgɒʃ
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word GOSH
A mild expression of surprise or enthusiasm as to be put in place of u201CGodu201D, particularly in fear of saying the Lordu2019s name in vain.
Origin: Euphemism (or minced oath) for god. First seen in 1757 as by gosh, probably from by gosse in Udall's Ralph Roister Doister (c. 1553)
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Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'GOSH' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2432
GSOH, gsoh, hogs, shog
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I was like, oh my gosh, Silas, you're a little special baby.
I just said to her, ‘Oh my gosh, when is this going to end?’.
I think I cried when he took three steps. Oh my gosh, he’s doing it.
Within 5 minutes, I said to my colleague, 'Oh my gosh; these are twins,'.
Gosh, it was right under our nose. We could have done something, but he was never in distress, it didn't seem like.
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