2. Adjective. Vague; undefined or sentimental ¹
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Definition of Goopy
1. sticky, gooey [adj GOOPIER, GOOPIEST]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Goopy
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Literary usage of Goopy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by Parish Register Society, London, London Parish Register Society, Florida State Historical Society, Deland, Deland Florida State Historical Society, Reparations Commission, North Carolina Historical Commission, Yorkshire Philosophical Society, Yorkshire (1907)
"June 30, Joseph Coward & Hester Barret of Sturminster, banns published. July 12, Andrew goopy* of Sturminster-Marshal & Margarett Adams of ..."
2. Painters, Sculptors, Architects, Engravers, and Their Works: A Handbook by Clara Erskine Clement Waters (1901)
"... Engraver, goopy, Joseph. S. Philip baptizing the Eunuch. S. John preaching in the Wilderness. A set of eight Landscapes. Engraver, GRIGNON, Charles. ..."
3. Ten-minute Activitiesby Martha Cheney, Ethel Condon, Marilyn Evans by Martha Cheney, Ethel Condon, Marilyn Evans (2001)
"... two sentences that use alliteration: Gobs of goopy glop spilled on the ground. Two tall tailors traded top hats for trousers 2. ..."
4. The Guide to Knowledge. edited by William Pinnock (1833)
"Little enough," replied goopy, " and as I овсе liberated your Majesty from confinement, I hope you will not let me go to prison. ..."