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Goatskin

ˈɡəʊt.skɪn

Meanings of Goatskin:

noun

The skin of a goat.

Usage examples:

Inside hang sheepskins, saddlebags, the goatskin that hector and lalo skinned yesterday to make cha…

Meanings of Goatskins:

noun

The skin of a goat.

Usage examples:

Inside hang sheepskins, saddlebags, the goatskin that hector and lalo skinned yesterday to make cha…

Goatsucker

ˈɡəʊtsʌkə

Meanings of Goatsucker:

noun

Another term for nightjar.

Meanings of Goatweed:

noun

A perennial shrub, capraria biflora (family scrophulariaceae), native to north and south america, used as a tea and medicinal herb, having white campanulate flowers, hairy stems, and hairy leaves.

Goaty

ˈɡəʊti

Meanings of Goaty:

adjective

Reminiscent of or like a goat or goats.

Usage examples:

The cheese is smooth with a delicate goaty flavour

Meanings of Goave:

verb

To stack up and store (corn, straw, etc.) in a bay or division of a barn. also without object: to make a goaf.

Meanings of Gob:

noun

A lump of a viscous or slimy substance.

Usage examples:

A gob of phlegm
verb

Spit.

Usage examples:

It implies not gobbing on passersby, not binge drinking while getting pregnant at the age of 12, no…

Meanings of Goban:

noun

A game played on a go board, in which each player seeks to be the first to place five counters in a row.

Meanings of Gobang:

noun

A game played on a go board, in which each player seeks to be the first to place five counters in a row.

Meanings of Gobangs:

noun

A game played on a go board, in which each player seeks to be the first to place five counters in a row.

Meanings of Gobbe:

noun

The edible seed of a tropical leguminous plant, vigna subterranea, which ripens in pods underground and is either roasted or boiled.

Meanings of Gobbed:

verb

Spit.

Usage examples:

It implies not gobbing on passersby, not binge drinking while getting pregnant at the age of 12, no…
noun

A lump of a viscous or slimy substance.

Usage examples:

A gob of phlegm

Past simple and past participle of gob uk slang

Meanings of Gobbet:

noun

A piece or lump of flesh, food, or other matter.

Usage examples:

A torn-off gobbet of flesh

Gobbets

ˈɡɒb.ɪt

Meanings of Gobbets:

noun

A piece or lump of flesh, food, or other matter.

Usage examples:

A torn-off gobbet of flesh

Meanings of Gobbin:

noun

An unintelligent or uneducated person; a fool, an idiot.

Meanings of Gobbing:

verb

Spit.

Usage examples:

It implies not gobbing on passersby, not binge drinking while getting pregnant at the age of 12, no…
noun

A lump of a viscous or slimy substance.

Usage examples:

A gob of phlegm

Present participle of gob uk slang

Meanings of Gobble-up:

phrasal verb

To gobble

Usage examples:

The mounting legal costs quickly gobbled up their savings.

Meanings of Gobbled:

verb

Eat (something) hurriedly and noisily.

Usage examples:

He gobbled up the rest of his sandwich

Gobbledegook

ˈɡɒb(ə)ldɪˌɡuːk

Meanings of Gobbledegook:

noun

Language that is meaningless or is made unintelligible by excessive use of technical terms.

Usage examples:

Reams of financial gobbledygook

Meanings of Gobbledygook:

noun

Language that is meaningless or is made unintelligible by excessive use of technical terms.

Usage examples:

Reams of financial gobbledygook

Meanings of Gobbler:

noun

A person who eats greedily and noisily.

Usage examples:

Filling his mouth with rice and peas, he really was a greedy gobbler

Gobbles

ˈɡɒb.əl

Meanings of Gobbles:

verb

Eat (something) hurriedly and noisily.

Usage examples:

He gobbled up the rest of his sandwich

Meanings of Gobbling:

verb

Eat (something) hurriedly and noisily.

Usage examples:

He gobbled up the rest of his sandwich

Gobby

ˈɡɒb.i

Meanings of Gobby:

adjective

(of a person) tending to talk too loudly and in a blunt or opinionated way.

Usage examples:

A gobby glaswegian

Gobelin

ˈɡɒb(ə)lã

Meanings of Gobelin:

noun

A tapestry made at the gobelins factory in paris, or in imitation of one.

Usage examples:

The most important recent contribution to the renewal of gobelins tapestry came from the painter je…

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