(oh) (my) gosh!

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(oh) (my) gosh!

A mild exclamation of surprise, alarm, dismay, annoyance, or exasperation. ("Gosh" here is a substitution for "God," the use of which in an oath can be considered blasphemous.) Gosh, look at the time! How is it nearly midnight already? Oh my gosh! That cyclist nearly hit me! My gosh, Bill! Would it kill you to take out the trash once in a while?
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I came in, like, shaking, like, 'Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, this is happening
My gosh, these actors are working their topcoats and tails off
I ran over there and she was saying `Oh my gosh, oh my gosh,' '' Jasmine said.
Oh my gosh, her goal was amazing,'' Paraclete coach Deana Jacoby said.
I was thinking, `Oh my gosh, oh my gosh,' '' Parmenter said about being behind for most of the race.