egad, I thought, has Schnittman now lost faith in the promise of a vast galactic universe of content?
Old Hayes, the paymaster, is always tipsy; Jones is five-and-forty—but egad!
egad, I think the interpreter is the hardest to be understood of the two!
I have got a room full of ancestors above: and if you have a taste for old paintings, egad, you shall have 'em a bargain!
“egad, there might as well have been no rebellion at all,” said Beauclerc dryly.
Yes, egad, I should have taken it for a family face, and one that has been in the family some time too.
Fly, my sweetest, move those dainty feet of thine, for egad!
egad, I would as lief pay down at once one year's income as to be so uncertainly mulcted.
This post I held until I grew out of it, when I withdrew from town, but egad!
Besides, Achilles had his weak point, and egad, it was when he faced about!
1670s, I gad, a softened oath, second element God, first uncertain; perhaps it represents exclamation ah.