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View synonyms for gosh

gosh

[ gosh ]

interjection

  1. (used as an exclamation or mild oath):

    Gosh, this bag is heavy!



gosh

/ ɡɒʃ /

interjection

  1. an exclamation of mild surprise or wonder


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Word History and Origins

Origin of gosh1

First recorded in 1750–60; euphemistic alteration of God
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Word History and Origins

Origin of gosh1

C18: euphemistic for God, as in by gosh!
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Example Sentences

I thought: gosh, he really has grown, although he still seems young.

Gosh, if I could bring back anyone else—it would take all day!

Oh gosh, just when I think I find a favorite I get to the script and there's something else.

“Oh my gosh, you have no idea, it was terrifying,” she says.

Oh gosh, it was so important to me, because I honestly mean no disrespect to any church.

"I'll be gosh-darned ef that ain't the damnedest," said he, slowly.

"Gosh, you sure made a footprint there," he said wonderingly.

I aint got no scores to settle with you, but I have with that little demon, an by gosh shell know it, when Ive done with her!

"Ef they carry her off again it will be over my dead body, b'gosh," he murmured more than once.

The Gosh Utes take rabbits in nets made of flax-twine, about three feet wide and of considerable length.

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