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Meaning of FHS

What Does FHS Mean?

FHS means "For Heaven's Sake". The abbreviation FHS is used as an exclamation of annoyance, frustration or exasperation. Similar phrases include FCS (For Christ's Sake) and FGS (For God's Sake). All of these have religious connotations. To express the same emotion without religious inference, you could use FFS (For F**ks Sake) or FCOL (For Crying Out Loud.)
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Definition for FHS

FHS means "For Heaven's Sake". This is the most common definition for FHS on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter. Here is some more information about FHS:

Definition:For Heaven's Sake
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When I write FHS, I mean this:

meaning of FHS
FHS shows exasperation or annoyance at someone or something.

Examples of FHS in Sentences

Here are examples of FHS being used in conversations:
  • Tim: Can I have your picture so I can show Santa what I want for Christmas?.
  • Sophie: FHS, I've told you so many times 'No, I'm married'.
  • Amanda: I've forgotten my passport.
  • Nick: FHS, you've had weeks to get ready for this holiday, you'll just have to stay behind.

An Academic Look at FHS

FHS is an interjection. An interjection is not grammatically related to any other part of the sentence. It is included in a sentence (usually at the start) to express a sentiment such as surprise, disgust, joy, excitement, or enthusiasm. In formal writing, interjections are offset from the surrounding words with commas. For example:

  • You're late. Where have you been FHS?
  • (Here, FHS is an interjection expressing exasperation or annoyance.)

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Using FHS on a Cell Phone (SMS Texts, Whatsapp, and Yubl)


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