interjection British Informal.
Origin of blimey
Examples from the Web for blimey
Blimey, if I wasnt beginnin to think we was the sole survivors.Grapes of wrath|Boyd Cable
Without abating his speed he called out, 'Do you think that I want to drop dead in that blimey mud?'Over the Top With the Third Australian Division|G. P. Cuttriss
The Cockney turned round and replied, "Blimey, ain't I in this blinkin' war as well as 'im?"
The signaller's exclamation was: "Blimey, mate, it's lucky he ain't broke the blinkin' line again!"
"Blimey, I can't stick this," and perched himself on the parados.
British Dictionary definitions for blimey
Word Origin for blimey
Word Origin and History for blimey
by 1889, probably a corruption of (God) blind me! First attested in a slang dictionary which defines it as "an apparently meaningless, abusive term."