Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A minced oath. Also zooks.
“Passante -- I still use 'Gadzooks' -- to the amusement of the family!”
“Gadzooks, which is really a euphemism for "God's hooks," a British expression that in older days was a profane oath on the spikes used to nail Jesus to the cross.”
“Gadzooks" is tad passe, but still state of the art in Saskatchewan, I believe.”
“So much did his office enter into his daily life that he said "Gadzooks" in the little barber shop that he owns on”
“So every time you hear the voice-over guy say 'Gadzooks', this is the bloke that sends in a video every other week.”
“Gadzooks = God's hooks (reference to the nails in the crucifixion)”
“Gadzooks and great Odin's raven, my good people, there was just something about the way the apology was worded that was destined for Twitter memeyness.”
“Gadzooks, said I. (Gadzooks is a funny word) If that person is right that means God hated your Nation before George Washington was ever born?”
““Gadzooks, I am heartily glad to see you!” exclaimed Parson Ledbury.”
“Gadzooks, our secret is out — we are all being well paid to oppose the plan and spread lies about it!”
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