- v. Simple past tense and past participle of goose.
“I want to talk to you later about those meteorological terms goosed out and all of that stuff you're having with the map later too.”
“We would have make it earlier, but I procrastinated with completed and sealed ballots sitting on my desk for a couple of days -- no good excuse, but the reminders to spare the GOTC callers (and ourselves) reminder calls goosed me into action.”
“So you really kind of goosed demand during those period - during that period of time.”
“These hESCs will have been pretreated in a dish with growth factors that have "goosed" them to become nerve cells.”
“I'm inclined to agree with Anissa -perhaps the poor pooch just got "goosed" at the vet's office!”
“They flooded the market with money, they goosed demand, they devalued currencies in the vain hope of encouraging exports and jobs.”
“In a similar vein, the EMH also would appear to suggest that risk-adjusted returns cannot be goosed by leverage.”
“Though it goosed GDP and shaved points off our skyrocketing unemployment numbers [pdf], unemployment remains at 9.2 percent, with real unemployment in the double digits.”
“This stands in marked contrast every Republican President since Ford, who has goosed the economy in normal times by deficit spending and jacking up the debt, using the funds for tax cuts and military spending.”
“Yet Dems still aren't goosed up about this election in anywhere near the numbers they need to be -- mainly because the GOP enthusiasm levels are essentially steroidal at this point.”
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