Origin of gee-whiz
Definition for gee-whiz (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for gee-whiz
They turned over the King of Gee-Whiz gently, that he might rest more easily, where he lay.
All I can say is that in course of time we descended, and that we found ourselves on solid ground, on the island of Gee-Whiz.
There was probably never a dance just such as this which the King of Gee-Whiz now began.
Just then the King of Gee-Whiz came by, and chawnced to notice the bubbles.
Presently, they came to the place beneath the trees where was situated the great throne of the King of Gee-Whiz.
British Dictionary definitions for gee-whiz
Word Origin for gee-whiz
Idioms and Phrases with gee-whiz
An expression of surprise, dismay, or enthusiasm. For example, Gee whiz, Dad, I thought you'd let me borrow the car, or Gee whiz, they finally won the Series! This term is thought to be a euphemism for “Jesus Christ.” [Slang; 1870s]