(used as an expression of disappointment, frustration, dismay, or the like): Gah! I need to cancel our plans this weekend—too much work.
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How to use gah in a sentence
The dedication of State Department diplomats such as Marlin Hardinger—on his fourth year in Lashkar gah—is breathtaking.What the Frontier of Afghanistan Tells Us About the War | John Kael Weston | May 11, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
She put out her hand to take them from the Little People,—and not a fish, nor a Jo gah oh was to be seen.
From the day when the boy met the little Jo gah oh mother in the wood, and was given the stone, he had good luck.
She was so happy with them she wished she might always live in a Jo gah oh lodge.
Just as the little Jo gah oh mother had said, he became a chief, though not in the chieftain line.
Tenses are formed by adding gee to the pronoun for the perfect, and gah for the future, and gahgee for the second future.Summary Narrative of an Exploratory Expedition to the Sources of the Mississippi River, in 1820 | Henry Rowe Schoolcraft