Definition of Goaled
1. goal [v] - See also: goal
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Literary usage of Goaled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1886)
"... but in the Derby football encounters four or five hours, and sometimes double that time, would be expended before the ball was goaled. ..."
2. Chemistry, inorganic and organic: With Experiments and a Comparison of by Charles Loudon Bloxam (1867)
"Ice, when melted, affords nearly pure water, since, when water containing salts is partially frozen, these are left dissolved in the uncon- goaled water. ..."
3. A Bed of Roses by Walter Lionel George (1919)
"All we have is the edict of the powerful, the prejudice of the fool; the last especially, for these goaled souls have their traditions, ..."
4. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1892)
"... element do mischief by spurring on the already goaled heart and lungs. The constant assumption of passions always severer than the genuine, the attempts ..."
5. The Wedding Day in All Ages and Countries by Edward J. Wood (1869)
"The common expression in reference to the match was that the girl was " goaled.' In former days marriages were very irregularly performed in Ireland, ..."
6. Peter Parley's Annual. by William Martin (1862)
"goaled, however, at length the ball is by one party or the other, and then he who effected the triumph is hoisted on his fellow-players' shoulders, ..."
7. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1830)
"Immediately after the ball is goaled the bells of the victorious parish strike up a merry peal ; and the individual who ac» complishes the feat is hoisted ..."