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Oh my gosh, that weird eyebrow trend, [feather brows], where people are parting their brows in the middle is so crazy.
Gosh, all these questions...) *** HOUSES OF THE MONTH: Several homes of music icons are currently on the market.
Location: 17th and Wazee streets in downtown Denver Registration fee: $46/adults from March 1-11; $50/adults on race day; $30/youth 17 and under, seniors (60 plus) Website: rotg.org Oh my gosh.
Wes Anderson's films are riveting, but their legacy can also be attributed to that fact that each one looks so gosh darn beautiful.
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Origin and Etymology of gosh
First Known Use: 1757See Words from the same year
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Definition of gosh for English Language Learners
—used to express surprise or mild anger
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