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Interjection

oh my God! or oh, my God!

  1. Said in excitement, shock, awe, dismay, or supplication.

Usage notes

In different contexts the offensiveness of this phrase can vary from blasphemous to mild, with a greater degree of variety than comparable phrases due to its invocation of deity. Common euphemisms are Template:Term, Template:TermTemplate:, and Template:Term.




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