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A minced oath ("Christ's money", in reference to the payment of silver that Judas got for betraying Jesus).
- Alternative form of
2008, Carol Huff, Groffrey Soil and Finley Petticoats, ISBN 1440105405, page 169:
- "Jake, do you realize this is Sunday?" Mitch asked.
- "Holy crimony, you're right. And, we left this morning without as much as a prayer of thanks for the shelter from the rain."
- 2009, Eric Ellis Brown, Best Laid Plans
- For crimony sakes (again..?...look it up) grown men let punks rule their streets.