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Definition of oath

oath

interjection

  • An affirmative response; "yes, exactly!" (Australian origin).
    Person A: Isn't that place disgusting?

    Person B: Bloody oath!

    Last edited on Oct 19 2010. Submitted by Vaughn from Chicago, IL, USA on Nov 03 1999.

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