- (used to express surprise or excitement.)
Origin of blimey
Examples from the Web for blimey
Historical Examples of blimey
Turning to his mates he exclaimed, "Blimey, me brother's been an' split on me."
"Blimey, I can't stick this," and perched himself on the parados.
Blimey, I feel as if I could push a leave train from 'ere to the base.
Blimey, if I wasnt beginnin to think we was the sole survivors.Grapes of wrath
Blimey, they'll shake the country to pieces—and scare the ducks.The Red Horizon
- British slang an exclamation of surprise or annoyance
Word Origin 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."