Definition of Goosey

1. Adjective. Having or revealing stupidity. "Some fool idea about rewriting authors' books"

Exact synonyms: Anserine, Dopey, Dopy, Foolish, Gooselike, Goosy, Jerky
Language type: Colloquialism
Similar to: Stupid
Derivative terms: Dope, Dope, Foolishness, Goose, Goose, Jerk



Definition of Goosey

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of goosy) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Goosey

1. goosy [adj GOOSIER, GOOSIEST] - See also: goosy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Goosey

gooseneck barnacle
gooseneck barnacles
gooseneck deformity
gooseneck loosestrife
gooseneck pediment
goosenecked
goosenecks
gooseries
goosery
gooses
gooseskin
gooseskins
goosewing
goosewinged
goosewings
goosey (current term)
gooseys
goosier
goosies
goosiest
goosing
goosish
goost
goosts
goosy
gopak
gopaks
gopher ball

Literary usage of Goosey

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1. Children's Literature: A Textbook of Sources for Teachers and Teacher by Charles Madison Curry (1921)
"So Foxy-woxy went into his cave, and he did n't go very far, but turned round to wait for Henny-penny, Cocky- locky, Ducky-daddles, goosey- ..."

2. English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs, John Dickson Batten (1890)
"So Foxy-woxy went into his cave, and he didn't go very far but turned round to wait for Henny-Penny, Cocky-locky, Ducky-daddles, goosey- ..."

3. The Complete Mother Goose by Ethel Franklin Betts (1909)
"Where's the little boy, that tends the sheep? He's under the haycock fast asleep. goosey, goosey, Gander. i ... goosey, gander, Where dost thou wander? ..."

4. Popular Tales from the Norse by Peter Christen Asbjørnsen, Jørgen Engebretsen Moe (1859)
"goosey GRIZZEL. /"\NCE on a time there was a widower, who had a housekeeper named Grizzel, who set her mutch at him, ..."

5. History of the Brocklesby Hounds, 1700-1901 by George E. Collins (1902)
"Will Smith, of Brocklesby, and goosey, of Belvoir, were then in their prime, and undoubtedly the best ..."

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