Expressing mild emotion, such as exasperation or frustration.(interjection)
Expressing strong emotion, such as amazement.(interjection)
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Use "lordy" in a sentence
"Oh lordy, I am going to be staining trim until my thirty-seventh birthday -- at which point, coincidentally, I will be un-grounded from all the smartass remarks I made as a child that made my mother say, "All right for you, kid, you're grounded until you're thirty-seven," so that'll be a good milestone, un-grounded and done with staining the trim."
"There are no-see-ums at Lake Chapala and in Guadalajara that are also no-feel-ums when they sting, but lordy lordy they itch like HELL and the itch lasts forever."
"And I love how you want the courts to be activists when it comes to the things you care about, but lordy try gettin some justice for the little people and suddenly the court system is all Marxist."