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POSSIBLE CLUES FOR "EGADS"
# Clue
1. Golly's relatives
2. Major Hoople's expletives
3. Oaths Degas never used
4. ___ button, missile-destroying switch
5. Drats' kin
6. Kin ofDown
7. Major Hoople's cries
8. Hoople whoops
9. Relatives of "Zounds!"
10. "My word!"
11. "Holy smokes!"
12. "Holy cow!"
13. "Holy moly!"
14. "Heavens to Betsy!"
15. More than "Gosh!"
16. "Yikes!"
17. "My stars!"
18. "Good grief!"
19. "Zounds!"
20. "Oh my heavens!"
21. Affected-sounding outburst
22. "Oh my goodness!"
23. "Criminy!"
24. "Oh, no!"
25. "OMG!," quaintly
26. "Great Scott!"
27. "OMG!," old-style
28. Holycow!
29. Gloriosky!
30. Old-school 81-Down
31. What treachery is this!
32. "Good heavens!"
33. Cry from Jeeves
34. Kin of drats
35. Mild 60-Across
36. I never!
37. Oh, bother
38. Mock-dramatic cry
39. Quaint reply to some shocking news
40. Old-school yell
41. Old-time "Yipes!"
42. OMG! ancestor
43. Old-time yelp
44. Distressed exclamation
45. Old-school oath
46. Fetch my smelling salts!
47. Old-school lament
48. Old-timey "Yikes!"
49. Hoople's mutterings
50. Medieval oath
51. Old-fashioned oaths
52. Old-time exclamations
53. Old-time oaths
54. Oh my heavens!
55. Oh my goodness!â€‌ nyt 2004 EGADS Zounds!"
56. Item scrambled or poached
57. Former New York cardinal Edward
58. It may get whipped in the kitchen
59. Did a "rotten" Halloween trick on
60. Inflated self
61. Braggarts' problems
62. Famous New York cop Eddie
63. Dinosaur's origin
64. Future eagle
65. Shirred item
66. Turtle-to-be
67. Oh my gosh!آ‌
68. Heavens!, quaintly
69. Major Hoople's "whoops"
70. Quaint expletive
71. Old-time exclamation
72. Yumpin' yiminy!
73. Great balls of fire!
74. Mild oath from the past
75. Mild oaths of yore
76. Old oaths
77. Kin of 21 Down
78. French feminist's goal
79. It's all the same to moi
80. Even, to Yves
81. On a par, in Orlأ©ans
82. Classless society supporter
83. Sleepy Time Gal songwriter Raymond
84. Old-fashioned oath
85. My word!
86. Old oath
87. Quaint oath
88. I say!
89. Astonished outburst
90. Yowzer!
91. Mild oath of yore
92. Oh my goodness!
93. I never thought of that!
94. Old-time oath
95. Antiquated exclamation
96. Cry of consternation
97. Mild oath
98. Word of mock horror
99. Old-timey 'OMG!'
100. Mild oaths
101. Expletives used by Major Hoople
102. Minced oaths
103. "By Jove!"
104. "Crikey!"
105. "Drat!"
106. "Fetch my smelling salts!"
107. "Gadzooks!"
108. "Gee willikers"
109. "Geez!"
110. "Gloriosky!"
111. "Good gravy!"
112. "Good grief!" (5)
113. "Goodness gracious!"
114. "Gosh " years ago
115. "Great Caesar's ghost!"
116. "Great balls of fire!"
117. "Heavens to Murgatroyd!"
118. "Heavens!"
119. "Heavens!" quaintly
120. "Holy Toledo!"
121. "Holy crow!"
122. "Holy smokes!" (5)
123. "Holy-moly!"
124. "Holycow!"
125. "Horrors!"
126. "I never thought of that!"
127. "I never!"
128. "I say!"
129. "Jeez Louise!"
130. "Jeepers!"
131. "Jiminy crickets!"
132. "Jiminy!"
133. "Jumpin' Jehoshaphat!"
134. "Jumpin' Jupiter!"
135. "Mercy me!"
136. "My goodness!"
137. "OMG!"
138. "OMG!" ancestor
139. "OMG! " old-style
140. "OMG! " quaintly
141. "OMG " in days of yore
142. "Oh dear!"
143. "Oh my gosh!"
144. "Oh bother"
145. "Oh my goodness!"
146. "Oh no!"
147. "Omigosh!"
148. "Rats!" old-style
149. "Tarnation!"
150. "What treachery is this!"
151. "Whoa!"
152. "Wow old chap!"
153. "Yipes!"
154. "Yoicks!"
155. "Yowzer!"
156. "Yumpin' yiminy!"
157. "ZOMG " over a century ago
158. "Zoinks!"
159. "Zooks!"
160. "Zounds!" relative
161. 'Bejabbers!'
162. 'By Jove!'
163. 'By gar!'
164. 'Criminies!'
165. 'Good golly!"
166. 'Goodness gracious!'
167. 'Holy mackerel!'
168. 'I say!'
169. 'My stars!'
170. 'My word!'
171. 'Oh my goodness!'
172. 'Oh my gosh!'
173. 'Oh my!'
174. 'Omigosh!'
175. 'Yipes!'
176. 'Zounds!'
177. Antiquated euphemism
178. Archaic expletives.
179. Archaic oath
180. Bejabbers!
181. By Jove!
182. Bygone equivalent of "OMG!"
183. Bygone oath
184. Comics cry
185. Cry like 'Jiminy!'
186. Dandy fop's melodramatic cry
187. Displeased exclamations
188. Edwardian outburst
189. English exclamations
190. Euphemistic expletives
191. Euphemistic oath
192. Exclamation akin to "crikey"
193. Expletives.
194. Expression of surprise
195. Good grief!: var.
196. Great Caesar's ghost!
197. Holy cow!
198. Holy smokes!
199. Hoople's expletives
200. Mild epithet
201. Mild expletive
202. Mild expletive of old
203. Mild expletives
204. Mild oaths.
205. Minced oath
206. Mock cry while getting the vapors
207. Oath of old
208. Oaths of old
209. Old English interjection meaning "Oh God!"
210. Old oaths.
211. Old-fashioned euphemistic oath
212. Old-fashioned expletives
213. Old-fashioned outburst
214. Old-style "Yikes!"
215. Old-time "Jeez!"
216. Old-time "OMG!"
217. Old-timey oaths.
218. Olden "OMG!"
219. Out-of-date shout
220. Outdated interjections
221. Pearl-clutching exclamation
222. Posh utterances
223. Possible reaction to this crossword
224. Quaint complaint
225. Quaint cry
226. Quaint exclamation
227. Victorian expletive
228. Yikes
229. Yikes!
230. Yipes!
231. Zounds!
232. ___ button (malfunctioning missile destroyer)
233. ___ button (switch that destroys an errant missile)
234. ___ button missile-destroying switch
235. Dramatic oaths
236. Old exclamations
237. Holy crow!
238. Good gravy!
239. Old-school outburst
240. Goodness!
241. Heavens to Betsy!
242. Crikey!
243. Zoinks!
244. Goodness gracious!
245. Good heavens!
246. Alike in Arles
247. Alike to Henri
248. As good to Pierre
249. Sans ____: without equal
250. Equal to Etienne
251. Equivalent, in Paris
252. French sugar substitute?
253. Cardinal O'Connor's successor
254. Treble clef sequence
255. New York's cardinal
256. First governor of the state of Alaska
257. My stars!
258. Give off, as perspiration
259. Discharge from the body
260. Holy moly!
261. Cast off from the body
262. Magnet and Steel singer
263. Good grief!
264. Criminy!
265. New York cardinal
266. Fabergأ© collectible
267. French equivalent
268. Which came first? choice
269. First King of the English
270. Discharge
271. Casts out
272. Gets rid of
273. Challah need
274. Pulitzer-winning novelist Jennifer
275. Purge
276. Discharged matter
277. Discharges
278. Complete loss of self-identity
279. Self-importance
280. Psyche division
281. Sleepy Time Gal lyricist Raymond
282. First governor of Alaska
283. It's on an embarrassed face
284. Kind of roll
285. Elbe tributary
286. On a par, in Paris
287. Alaska's first Governor
288. Richard of "A Summer Place"
289. Alike: Fr.
290. Life in London author Pierce ___
291. Oh, my!
292. Archbishop of New York
293. Word in a French motto
294. Jiminy!
295. Omigosh!
296. Zooks!
297. Alike, archaically
298. Oh dear!
299. Sci-fi author Greg
300. Richard of "The Damned Don't Cry"
301. Brownie mix add-in
302. Creator of Sexton Maginnis.
303. Minced oaths.
304. Libertأ©, ___, fraternitأ©.
305. Equal: French.
306. Old exclamations.
307. Equal: Fr.
308. Zounds! relative
309. Holy Toledo!
310. Tarnation!
311. Drat!
312. Gadzooks!
313. Great Scott!
314. Jeepers!
315. My heavens!
316. My goodness!
317. Old-timey oaths