my, (oh, my)

my, (oh, my)

An interjection expressing surprise, incredulity, or pleasure. Come here and let me get a look at my grandson. My, how you've grown in the last two years! My, oh, my, you still know how to make the best fried chicken in town!
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My(, my).

an expression of mild surprise or interest. Fred: My, my! How you've grown, Bill. Bill: Of course! I'm a growing boy. Did you think I would shrink? Doctor: My, my, this is interesting. Jane: What's wrong? Doctor: Nothing that a little exercise won't fix.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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