get out of town

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Interjection[edit]

get out of town

  1. Expression of incredulity.
    • 1998, Tamar Myers, So Faux, So Good, page 191
      "Get out of town!" Magdalena gave me a quizzical look. "That's just an expression, dear," I said kindly.
    • 2002, Zane, The Heat Seekers, page 140
      "Shae has four kids. All girls." / "Get out of town!" Tempest exclaimed, drawn back in shock.
    • 2005, Shannon McKenna, Out Of Control', page 68
      "Let me pick another word," he said smoothly. "Fascinating." / "Oh, get out of town. Fascinating, my butt."

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