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- phrase colloquial, rhetorical question directed
jestinglyor mockinglyat someone who has received surprisinginformation, ridiculingthe situation
- phrase colloquial, rhetorical question, Ireland, US Used after an actual or proposed action with which the listener might be displeased. Also used after refuting an argument.
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