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- adj. Goaty, goatlike.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Characteristic of a goat; goatlike.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Characteristic of or resembling a goat; hircine.
- Hence Wanton; lustful; salacious.
A sturdy and goatish original by know-nothing punks from the sticks.
Where are Bukowski's trademark soliloquies of goatish self-glorification?
Italian prime-time TV is filled with vapid variety shows featuring improbably hot chicks cavorting with goatish older men.
You don't happen to be getting rid of any brown goatish/sheepish fake fur by chance, do you?
"Thinking goatish thoughts, dreaming goatish dreams ..."
He had a goatish indifference to the feelings of others, and was quite unperturbed if one of his disclosures cost a friend or acquaintance his job.104
When he learned of Descartes's funeral, some morbid (or goatish) curiosity drew him, sore of hoof, to Ste.
There was a sort of hippity-hoppity bunny rabbit quality to Pan's erratic melody, but also a roaming goatish quality, stubborn, rough, and lean.
His thick lips dipped downward in a solemn arc, and in his goatish eyes woe replaced mischief.
A small neat beard edged its jaw, adding to the goatish appearance.