One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Expressing surprise or amazement.‘Great Scott! You scored two hundred and seventy-three!’
- ‘Great Scott! he gasped in his stupefaction, using the name of the then commander-in-chief for an oath, as officers sometimes did in those days.’
- ‘Great Scott, who would have thought that this would be the destiny of the Union Volunteer in 1861-2 while marching down Broadway to the tune of 'John Brown's Body.’
- ‘Great Scott, he's done it again!’
- ‘Great Scott...I have so many friends that would benefit from this.’
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