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Definition of Goose

  • Any large web-footen bird of the subfamily Anserinæ, and belonging to Anser Branta Chen, and several allied genera. See Anseres.
  • Any large bird of other related families, resembling the common goose.
  • A tailor's smoothing iron, so called from its handle, which resembles the neck of a goose.
  • A silly creature; a simpleton.
  • A game played with counters on a board divided into compartments, in some of which a goose was depicted.
  • web-footed long-necked typically gregarious migratory aquatic birds usually larger and less aquatic than ducks
  • flesh of a goose (domestic or wild)
  • a man who is a stupid incompetent fool
  • give a spurt of fuel to
  • prod into action
  • pinch in the buttocks

How to use goose in a sentence. Goose pronunciation.

He knew that if again and yet again he were placed in the same position he would do even as he had done-even as he had done with the man Kimber by the Fox and Goose tavern beyond Hamley.
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I am green as a goose with them always.
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Why, you haven't done a thing, you dear little goose," chuckled Crazy Jane.
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When used for pillows the case was filled with goose feathers or the hair of the deer until it was about 2 feet long and 9 inches high.
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The other kind was made of goose or turkey feathers, and was used for sweeping the fireplace of an earth lodge.
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The feathers, half-webs generally, put on arrows were those of the eagle, buzzard, wild turkey, great owl, and goose.
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On Easter Sunday lamb and green peas, and at Michaelmas roast goose and apple sauce.
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In the meantime Dick had concocted a scheme for sending Josiah Crabtree on a goose chase to Chicago.
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After this there were more "goose eggs," until the end of the eighth inning when the score became a tie, 2 to 2.
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Sadie's nonsense was interrupted at this point by Ester, who had listened with darkening face to the rapidly told story: "She ought to be thoroughly _whipped_, the careless little goose!
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Only one Blue Goose had been taken.
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Meanwhile, Stewart had hurried on by Goose Creek Bridge, and, joining the fugitives from Dorchester, halted at the Quarter House, and prepared to encounter the whole army of Greene, which, in their panic, was supposed to be upon their heels.
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It was the wish of General Greene that he should take post as near the enemy as possible, in order both to shorten his limits beyond Cooper river, and to enable Col. Laurens, who now commanded the legion of Lee, to pass the Ashley, and close upon the British between the latter river and Goose Creek.
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A heavy goose on scarlet feet, Thinking to float upon the stream, Descends the bank with care extreme, But staggers, slips, and falls.
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Formerly men always swore by the birds and never by the gods; even now Lampon(1) swears by the goose, when he wants to lie....
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Out of love for the birds they repeat all the songs which concern the swallow, the teal, the goose or the pigeon; in each verse you see wings, or at all events a few feathers.
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The cock was the most diminutive specimen of his kind that I ever saw, being hardly larger than a quail, while the drake was almost as large as a full-grown female goose.
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The duck and the goose sometimes have this sense very highly developed.
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I once knew a goose to travel back home after having been carried in a covered basket for the distance of eighteen miles.
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The Scouts were shown every attention, and were taken for a ride on the "Farthest North" railroad, known as the "Wild Goose" road, leading up to some of the most important placer mines on the peninsula.
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Examples of Goose

Example #1
He knew that the blow he had given then was inevitable, and he had never felt real repentance.
Example #2
Yet, somehow, he felt no sorrow for that.
Example #3
It is a thing I can not understand; but as for you, my young comrade, you have little need to be instructed in that matter.
Example #4
I never yet learned to please a woman.
Example #5
I'm worn out," declared Tommy. "Tired?
Example #6
It maketh me tired to watch you folkth work.