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  • interj. Used to express exasperation or annoyance.


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  • I'm really starting to wonder if I'm ever going to get back into this blogging groove again ... gah!

    Wired, In More Ways Than One!

  • Mister Guh-gung-gah is a gifted artist and shared with us his political opinions based on his experiences at the last Liberal Party convention.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Words like "gah" and "meh" and even "like" and "ya know" are becoming more prominent in the written language, and they are a pain in the eyes.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • They're the equivalent of "gah," "arrgh," and "meh," but less recognizable as human sounds--they've been compared to bird calls, crying baby animals, etc.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • The "gah" cut-off bit came when the sucker nearly dive-bombed me into a culvert.

    June 2nd, 2005

  • What I think is a Chinese word which I see showing up in English is "gah". MISSING WORDS.

  • A fine stock one night he found there, and, gathering them into his great basket, a heavy "gah," an excellent rough skinned fish, escaped from his grasp in the darkness, although he had hold of it several times.

    A Lost Family Found; An Authentic Narrative of Cyrus Branch and His Family, Alias John White

  • I think I make sounds more than words, like I always go "gah" or stories

  • So insted of thinking about that which makes me shudder and go "gah," I've started coming up with my own options.

    Maggie's Mind

  • 'and not try it out (although being a grammar fiend, the incorrect apostrophe made me let out of sort of' gah 'noise).

    IGF blog

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