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Meanings of Goopy:

adjective

Sloppy or sticky and semi-fluid in consistency, typically in a way that is unpleasant.

Usage examples:

The mascara was really goopy and slimy

Goosander

ɡuːˈsandə

Meanings of Goosander:

noun

A large eurasian and north american merganser (diving duck), the male of which has a dark green head and whitish underside.

Usage examples:

They are preyed on by herons, cormorants, kingfishers, goosanders, large trout and eels.

Goose

ɡuːs

Meanings of Goose:

noun

A large waterbird with a long neck, short legs, webbed feet, and a short broad bill. generally geese are larger than ducks and have longer necks and shorter bills.

Usage examples:

It also has contributed to the decrease of water fowl such as duck, geese, curlew, plover and snipe.
verb

Poke (someone) in the bottom.

Usage examples:

Michael nunn and billy trevitt started goosing me in a sensitive spot and i couldn't stop laughing.

Meanings of Goose-pimples:

plural noun

A temporary condition in which small raised swellings appear on the skin because of cold, fear, or excitement

Usage examples:

Let’s move out into the sun – i’m getting goose bumps.

Meanings of Gooseberries:

noun

A round edible yellowish-green or reddish berry with a thin translucent hairy skin.

Usage examples:

Apples, crab apples, gooseberries, and some plums and grapes usually contain enough natural pectin …

Gooseberry

ˈɡʊz.bər.i

Meanings of Gooseberry:

noun

A round edible yellowish-green or reddish berry with a thin translucent hairy skin.

Usage examples:

Apples, crab apples, gooseberries, and some plums and grapes usually contain enough natural pectin …

Goosebumps

ˈɡuːs.bʌmps

Meanings of Goosebumps:

noun

Small raised areas that appear on the skin because of cold, fear, or excitement

Usage examples:

You're cold - look, you've got goosebumps!

Meanings of Goosed:

verb

Poke (someone) in the bottom.

Usage examples:

Michael nunn and billy trevitt started goosing me in a sensitive spot and i couldn't stop laughing.
noun

A large waterbird with a long neck, short legs, webbed feet, and a short broad bill. generally geese are larger than ducks and have longer necks and shorter bills.

Usage examples:

It also has contributed to the decrease of water fowl such as duck, geese, curlew, plover and snipe.

Goosefish

ˈɡuːsˌfɪʃ

Meanings of Goosefish:

noun

A bottom-dwelling anglerfish.

Usage examples:

A curious and unwary fish would become a meal when the goosefish inhaled and quickly engulfed its p…

Meanings of Goosefishes:

noun

A bottom-dwelling anglerfish.

Usage examples:

A curious and unwary fish would become a meal when the goosefish inhaled and quickly engulfed its p…

Gooseflesh

ˈɡuːsflɛʃ

Meanings of Gooseflesh:

noun

A state of the skin caused by cold, fear, or excitement, in which small bumps appear on the surface as the hairs become erect.

Usage examples:

Seemingly knowing she was petrified, he removed his grasp, let his hand slide up her arm to tangle …

Meanings of Goosefoot:

noun

A plant of temperate regions with divided leaves which are said to resemble the foot of a goose. some kinds are edible and many are common weeds.

Usage examples:

Spinach was a better green vegetable than the goosefoots, sorrels, orach, and similar plants which …

Meanings of Goosefoots:

noun

A plant of temperate regions with divided leaves which are said to resemble the foot of a goose. some kinds are edible and many are common weeds.

Usage examples:

Spinach was a better green vegetable than the goosefoots, sorrels, orach, and similar plants which …

Goosegog

ˈɡuːs.ɡɒɡ

Meanings of Goosegog:

noun

A gooseberry.

Usage examples:

Tip handfuls of pale, hard goosegogs into a stainless steel pan and sprinkle them generously with u…

Goosegrass

ˈɡuːs.ɡrɑːs

Meanings of Goosegrass:

noun

A widely distributed scrambling plant related to bedstraws, with hooked bristles on the stem, leaves, and seeds which cling to fur and clothing.

Usage examples:

Nettles and tangles of bindweed, pelt-snagging goosegrass and bedstraw alike were avoided, while he…

Meanings of Gooses:

noun

A large waterbird with a long neck, short legs, webbed feet, and a short broad bill. generally geese are larger than ducks and have longer necks and shorter bills.

Usage examples:

It also has contributed to the decrease of water fowl such as duck, geese, curlew, plover and snipe.
verb

Poke (someone) in the bottom.

Usage examples:

Michael nunn and billy trevitt started goosing me in a sensitive spot and i couldn't stop laughing.

Meanings of Gooseskin:

noun

Another term for gooseflesh.

Meanings of Goosey:

adjective

Having or showing a quality considered to be characteristic of a goose, especially foolishness or nervousness.

Usage examples:

When he start to sing; then i'd get a little nervous and goosy like.

Goosier

ˈɡuː.si

Meanings of Goosier:

adjective

Having or showing a quality considered to be characteristic of a goose, especially foolishness or nervousness.

Usage examples:

When he start to sing; then i'd get a little nervous and goosy like.

Goosiest

ˈɡuː.si

Meanings of Goosiest:

adjective

Having or showing a quality considered to be characteristic of a goose, especially foolishness or nervousness.

Usage examples:

When he start to sing; then i'd get a little nervous and goosy like.

Goosing

ɡuːs

Meanings of Goosing:

verb

Poke (someone) in the bottom.

Usage examples:

Michael nunn and billy trevitt started goosing me in a sensitive spot and i couldn't stop laughing.
noun

A large waterbird with a long neck, short legs, webbed feet, and a short broad bill. generally geese are larger than ducks and have longer necks and shorter bills.

Usage examples:

It also has contributed to the decrease of water fowl such as duck, geese, curlew, plover and snipe.

Goosy

ˈɡuː.si

Meanings of Goosy:

adjective

Having or showing a quality considered to be characteristic of a goose, especially foolishness or nervousness.

Usage examples:

When he start to sing; then i'd get a little nervous and goosy like.

Meanings of Gopak:

noun

An energetic ukrainian dance in duple time, traditionally performed by men.

Usage examples:

In a popular folk dance called the hopak, male dancers compete against each other, performing acrob…

Gopher

ˈɡəʊ.fər

Meanings of Gopher:

noun

A burrowing rodent with fur-lined pouches on the outside of the cheeks, found in north and central america.

Usage examples:

First, it is likely that the bag fragment was carried underground by a squirrel, gopher or other bu…

Gophers

ˈɡəʊ.fər

Meanings of Gophers:

noun

A person who runs errands, especially on a film set or in an office; a dogsbody.

Usage examples:

He had worked his way from a gofer in the front office to general manager

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