No kidding

adverb phrase

Really; factually • Often a question asked when one hears something astonishing or doubtful

[first form 1914+, second 1880+; the earlier form no kid is found by 1873]
Truly, seriously, as in No kidding, I really did lose my wallet. [ ; first half of 1900s ]


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