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Good golly, Miss Molly!

An exclamation of surprise. Popularized by Little Richard's 1958 song of the same name. Good golly, Miss Molly—you scared me!
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molly

1. slang Methyl?enedioxy?methamphetamine (MDMA), also known as ecstasy or E, which elicits an intense sensation of heightened energy, pleasure, and empathy. Once someone started passing around the molly, the party really got pretty crazy. I took some molly during dinner so that I'd be at the peak of my high right when the concert started.
2. rude slang A male who is regarded as weak, cowardly, or effeminate. Primarily heard in UK, Ireland. Come on, don't be a molly! We dared you, so you have to do it!
3. obsolete A homosexual male. Primarily heard in UK. I always suspected David was a bit of a molly, what with the company he keeps.
4. obsolete A prostitute. Those mollies will have nowhere to turn when they're released, so they'll most likely end up back on the streets. I hear the young duke can often be seen with a molly on his arm in London's red-light district.

Molly whop (one)

To strike, slap, or slam into one, either once or repeatedly; to wallop one. The term is sometimes hyphenated, and sometimes both, or neither, "Molly" and "whop" are capitalized. I'm gonna Molly-whop you if you don't shut your mouth! The car sped through the red life and Molly Whopped van that had started to drive forward.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

Good golly. Miss Molly!

Inf. Good grief!; Wow! Good golly, Miss Molly! This place is a mess! Good golly, Miss Molly, that's awful!
See also: good, miss
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Good golly, Miss Molly!

exclam. Good grief!; Wow! Good golly, Miss Molly! This place is a mess!
See also: good, miss

Molly whop someone

tv. to beat someone up; to slap someone hard. Quiet or I’ll Molly whop you.
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McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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