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uh-oh

 (ŭ′ō′)
interj.
Used to express alarm, foreboding, or dismay.

uh-oh

(ˈʌˌoʊ)
interj.
(used to indicate concern or chagrin at a mildly unfortunate event.)
[1970–75]
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Uh-oh 7: Danny Boyle has quit the new Bond movie JAMES BOND 25 THERE are fears that the next 007 movie could be delayed for at least a year following director Danny Boyle's shock decision to quit this week.
Wiley Blevins and Marta Kissi (illustrator); TREVOR LEE AND THE BIG UH-OH!; One Elm Books (Children's: Juvenile Fiction) ISBN: 9781947159044
When the doctor pulls out a syringe to take some blood, Noah backs away and says, "Whatcha doing?" And then, when he sees his blood going into the syringe, Noah says, "Uh-oh. Uh-oh."
"Uh-Oh Octopus" is a charming underwater tale about a small octopus faced with a home invasion dilemma: Apparently a fish with a very large tail had taken over his cozy undersea apartment!
Poor Alison is back self-harming, Helen has her own issues, and - uh-oh - someone discovers they're pregnant.
While other smartphone companies look at uh-oh moments as a way to profit off of you, we are focused on adding value to owning an HTC One."
UH-OH. There's been a bit of competitive charity giving this week.
But now, it seems we're encountering something else entirely--what I would call an "uh-oh" moment.
I looked at the front door and thought Uh-oh. I slowly opened the front door, looked to my left and there was the cable coming out of the nice stucco wall of the apartment complex.
That was my uh-oh moment as I realized that I really don't want every store clerk who asks for my ID to find out that I also have a carry permit.
("Uh-oh," I thought.) The agent had tried sending 100 letters to people mentioned in a newspaper obituary but didn't get any responses.
UH-oh, we've been here before and it ended in tears.