By jingo, you made me jump!
"For Fortune and Glory" by Lewis Hough
I had ten years once in Australia, and I was in the penal class most of the time, and, by jingo!
"Six Years in the Prisons of England" by A Merchant - Anonymous
And I did try, by Jingo!
"The Frontier" by Maurice LeBlanc
I kept thinking, 'By jingo, I'm a married man!
"The Gorgeous Girl" by Nalbro Bartley
No English Government, however jingo-militarist, could have obtained the sanction of Parliament to take part in such a war.
"Right Above Race" by Otto Hermann Kahn
By Jingo, I thought as much.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume XV" by Robert Louis Stevenson
Roosevelt, on the other hand, is beating the patriotic drum, in order to win over the Jingo elements.
"My Three Years in America" by Johann Heinrich Andreas Hermann Albrecht Graf von Bernstorff
Big one's a rip-snortin' beauty; pert, by jingo!
"The Plow-Woman" by Eleanor Gates
Well by jingo, old Pat Travis would ride again, he could feel it in his bones.
"Conquest Over Time" by Michael Shaara
He could not get used to the startling fact that all this had been going on 'under his very nose, by Jingo!
"Captain Macedoine's Daughter" by William McFee
The Boss, by jingo, he is a bird,
There's magic in his name,
Not by our suffrage; but his word
We win or lose the game.
"Hiland-Buckingham" by Samuel Alfred Beadle
F was a fussy Flamingo,
Who remarked to his family, "By jingo!
I think I would go
To that animal show,
But they all talk such barbarous lingo."
"An Alphabet Zoo" by Carolyn Wells
Then they took him doon frae the tap o' the brig—
His fingers aye keepit the string—
An' they claspit their han's, an' roun' they gaed,
Like weans at a jingo-ring.
"The Fiddler O' Boglebriggs" by Alexander Anderson
I'm tired of defining hadn't oughts.
To opposition mulish,
The thoughts of youth are long long thoughts,
And Jingo! Aren't they foolish!
All which is why, in case you've wondered
I'd like a companion aged one hundred.
"You Can Be A Republican, I'm A Genocrat" by Ogden Nash
Lightly leapt the young Athletes from his seat beside the Cam:
'This is tempting me, by Jingo, to submit to an Exam!
So it's time, my learned Lady, you and I should say good-bye'--
And he stood with indignation and wild terror in his eye.
"Atheletes And Aesthesis" by E W Bowling
Let the Jingo in his blindness cant and cackle as he will;
But across the path from Asia run the Russian trenches still!
And the sahib in his rickshaw may loll back and smoke at ease,
While the haggard, ragged heroes man the battered batteries.
"The Vanguard " by Henry Lawson