- an exclamation of pretended astonishment on hearing news too good to be true, or a story too marvellous to be believed. Sometimes varied by “Let me die,” _i.e._, I can’t survive that. Profanely derived from the _Nunc dimittis_ (Luke xi. 29). The Irish say, “CARRY ME OUT, and bury me decently.”
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