When I told him about Steve Shafer, he said, “gee, he must know a lot.”
That was the era of airy elegance and feeble clown shows, of yuck-yuck punchlines and toothy performers saying "gee whiz!"
When liberals suffer one, they ball up like kittens and ask themselves, “Oh, gee, what did we do wrong?”
Seldom will you have the hiring person ask, ‘gee, did you work for a company that didn’t have any flexibility?
gee... You know, I don't expect anything out of Manchin et al.
I don't lose mine much, but gee whiz, I mislay it sometimes.
"gee up, Boxer—we'll wet its head at the Hibernian," said Crow.
Oh, that is the gee–gees name right enough, but it hasnt an earthly.
gee, but I wouldn't like to fall out of one of those bedroom windows!
"gee, it feels funny," he added, grinning as he pulled the wet shirt away from his spine.
exclamation of surprise, 1895, probably euphemistic for Jesus. Form gee whiz is attested from 1871; gee whillikens (1851) seems to be the oldest form.
A gallon of liquor
[1940s+ Hoboes; abbreviation of gallon]
[abbreviation of grand]
An exclamation of surprise, pleasure, sheepishness, etc; gee whiz
[1895+; a euphemism for Jesus]
Disgusting; rebarbative; gross
[1970s+ Teenagers; abbreviation of gross]