Judas Priest


interjection
  1. (an exclamation of exasperation or disgust.)

Origin of Judas Priest

1
First recorded in 1910–15; euphemism for Jesus Christ

Words Nearby Judas Priest

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How to use Judas Priest in a sentence

  • By Judas Priest, I just knew you didn't dast to stay and hear me tell the boys about that spruce.

    Cappy Ricks Retires | Peter B. Kyne
  • "Judas Priest, you're strong, Missuz Hopkins," said one of the boys carrying shot.

    Shaman | Robert Shea
  • He was not given to profanity, but he could say "Judas Priest" in a way that sizzled.

  • And, by Judas Priest, Levi give him the phonograph right off.

    The So-called Human Race | Bert Leston Taylor