Definition of Gooseys

1. goosey [n] - See also: goosey



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gooseys

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

Literary usage of Gooseys

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1893)
"But I thought—we all thought " I know what you all thought," she said, drawing the girl to her; " and you are all little gooseys." " But you can see . ..."

2. American Literature by Katharine Lee Bates (1897)
"... WH Whitmore's The Original Mother gooseys Melody (Albany, Munsell's, 1889). The classroom discussion of this Colonial chapter, section by section, ..."

3. The Fells of Swarthmoor Hall and Their Friends: With an Account of Their by Maria Webb (1896)
"... which Sarah Meade always spelled thus, by her mother and some others was spoiled Gooses, again gooseys, and yet again ..."

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