Jesus, Mary and Joseph

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Jesus, Mary and Joseph

  1. (idiomatic) Expletive, used to add emphasis, particularly by Catholics.
    • 2013, Jack O' Keefe, Survivors of the Irish Great Hunger, 1845–1850, iUniverse, ISBN 978-1-4759-9581-7, page 8:
      "Jesus, Mary and Joseph. The man ran you down?"

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