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sheesh

An exclamation of exasperation, vexation, or annoyance. A: "Tom? The boss wants to see you for a minute." B: "Sheesh, what does he want now?" Sheesh! I thought I would never get through all those math problems!

Sheesh!

(ʃiʃ)
exclam. Damn!; Shit! (A euphemism for Shit!) Sheesh! What a mess!
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"If I am coming to Lahore Fort with seven family members then it means that I have to spend Rs800 just to see the Sheesh Mahal.", he commented.
The end of each day in Stuggi was spent in the sheesh spot.
Sheesh. Last season's horror show is best forgotten.
Prisoner Ahmed Ali alias Sheesh Nag had gunned down three people on Railway Road in Multan on January 7, 1998 while another prisoner Ghulam Bashir alias Doctor had killed six police officials including DSP Allahnawaz in Multan on October 10, 1999.
The Arabic mixed grill, however, left much to be desired as barring lamb chops, most other items (sheesh kebab, kofta kebab, sheesh tawook) were a letdown.
The 30-year-old former Girls Aloud star was spotted having lunch at the popular Sheesh restaurant in Chigwell.
And when people appreciate that the current price of beef is about half that of lamb, they may also realise that the takeaway owner is earning more than he should from the lamb bhuna or sheesh kebab.
I understand Jon's connections to the material in that he has interviewed and supported Maziar Bahari through his ordeals, but sheesh --wouldn't a comedy written by Judd Apatow be a better fit with Jon's sensibilities?
Dalel Khan also built the Sheesh Mahal but contemporary evidence suggests that the circular well, popularly known as Gaus Khan ki Baoli, located adjacent to the Jhajjar Gate, was built on orders from the garrison commander of the Bharatpur rulers.
The main course will feature an assortment of grills that the restaurant is renowned for including the Ka...?eba?i kebab, sa?l?k kebab, chicken sheesh and lamb sheesh.
Sheesh, calm down will ya!) That and the fact that, in an age of baffling new age kids' nonsense like In The Night Garden with their Ninky Nonks and Igglepiggles, it's the traditional values of a man in a van with a black and white cat getting the job done - and done well - that we should be holding onto.
He is the son of former Union minister Sheesh Ram Ola.
Sheesh. And they wonder why they don't get a good press for marching through cities causing gridlock.
Bush, "Our students will now take charge and plan for their future, realizing the decisions they make today shape their tomorrow." Sheesh, most of us can barely decide what we want to wear on the first day of school.