from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Plural of goose.

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  • n. Plural form of goose.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. pl. of goose.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Plural of goose.


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  • Oh them republicans, they forget what's good for the geese is also good for the gander.

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  • We lure in geese, coyotes and other game with decoys, but Sasquatch are likely as smart as we are, but in different ways, so we can't expect to fool them with a robot Yeti.

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  • I enjoy hunting alot of things but the killing of resident geese is probably the most satisfying to me.

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  • What's good for the geese is clearly NOT GOOD for the gander ......

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  • THE HUNT PLAN: Hunting early geese is all about scouting to determine decoy numbers and spread design.

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  • That teeny little block with the rotating geese is so sweet - I'd seen it on her blog but was unable to get a handle on the size (or lack of it) - so cute!

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  • My love of making things began at a very young age, when I sewed my first pair of geese from a pattern my mom had in her sewing room.

    Cutest Felt Birds EVER

  • Among the plastic and porcelain geese, deer and frogs are gnomes, such as a weather gnome outfitted with a rain gauge.

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  • Started out this morning, with a little time putting together these geese blocks on the left - I had the trios of geese from a swap (actually I have more than this, so perhaps you can guess what will happen to the rest ...) and had always planned to put them together in threes, with some fabric down the sides.

    Hever Quilt Show - and a winner!

  • When a flock of geese is on the ground, as many as half or more of the birds will lift their heads to look at newcomers.

    Decoy Detail


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