Used to express mild annoyance, surprise, or disgust. (interjection)
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Use "sheesh" in a sentence
"i hope they change the music … cant stand opera. looking great though, but hopefully they dont pull a valve and delay again sheesh - _ -"
"I mean sheesh, which is worse being scorned but respected (Bush) or being laughed at and taken as a joke (BO)."
"The author, David Grann, is a New Yorker writer, which I suspect gives him great pull, but sheesh, that is the nonfiction big think bestseller crowd coming out in force."