''Oh! I didn't see you there.''
''Oh, wow! That's amazing.''
''Oh, so that's how it works.''
''Oh, leave me alone.''
''Oh, and don't forget your coat.''
1998, Max Martin, ''...Baby One More Time'' (song performed by Britney Spears)
- Oh baby, baby, how was I supposed to know / That something wasn't right here?
''Oh, when will it end?''
- Oh, by what plots, by what forswearings, betrayings, oppressions, imprisonments, tortures, poisonings, and under what reasons of state and politic subtilty, have these forenamed kings (..) pulled the vengeance of God upon themselves (..)
''Oh! That hurt.''
(RQ:Cleland Fanny Hill)
''"You should watch where you're going!" "Oh?"''
An utterance of oh; a spoken expression of surprise, acknowledgement, etc.
2011, Seabert Parsons, ''The Lost Codex of Palenque'', page 240
- There were ohs and ahs, and the people twisted about as they looked for her. Then they began to applaud.
To utter the interjection oh; to express surprise, etc.
1852, ''Merry's museum and Parley's magazine'' (volumes 23-24, page 46)
- A quarter of an hour elapsed, and then, after several rings at the door-bell, a smothered laugh, and a good deal of ohing and ahing, the door was thrown open, and one by one, as they were announced, in came the expected characters.
the letter O, o (more commonly spelled o)
2006, (w), ''Titan'', p. 33
- ''One genuine recycled local glass of aitch-two-oh''
the digit 0 (especially in representations of speech)
''My telephone number is four-double-three-two-oh-nine.''
(alternative form of)