no kidding


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no kidding

(spoken)
really or honestly No kidding, there must have been at least twenty thousand people at the festival.
See also: kid

no kidding

Truly, seriously, as in No kidding, I really did lose my wallet. [Colloquial; first half of 1900s]
See also: kid

no kidding

1. Used to express surprise or disbelief.
2. Used to express scornful acknowledgment of the obvious.
See also: kid