But they can relate to the concept of, oh my gosh, what am I here for?
gosh, if I could bring back anyone else—it would take all day!
"Gotta appeal to independents, but my gosh golly gumsticks, I can't offend the base..." So what happened next?
Well, gosh, gentlemen, thank you for that most, uh, interesting suggestion.
“Oh my gosh, you have no idea, it was terrifying,” she says.
Well, gosh, I hope somebody is pleased at the trouble she has made!
gosh, I jist fooled him out of his two dollars slicker 'n a whistle.
gosh, that Charley guy must be around right here in this tunnel, with an ax or something.
"gosh, I could have broken that to you twenty-five years ago," said Ernest.
The fire flamed up, and Jimmy, with a bashful and deprecatory "gosh!"
1757, altered pronunciation of God. Probably from by gosse (mid-16c.).
A mild exclamation of pleasure, disbelief, surprise, etc: Gosh but I'm tickled, Reverend
[1757+; a euphemism for God]