from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n.pl. A European plant (Aster linosyris) having narrow sessile leaves and dense corymbs of small, bright yellow, discoid flower heads.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person with golden hair, especially a girl with long hair.
- n. A goldilocks aster, Aster linosyris.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as goldylocks.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A species of buttercup.
- n. A book-name for cultivated species Chrysocoma, composite plants from South Africa, with heads of yellow flowers.
- n. The Linosyris vulgaris, a native of Europe, resembling goldenrod, with small heads of yellow flowers.
- n. The filmy fern, Hymenophyllum Tunbridgense.
- n. The moss Polytrichum commune.
- n. See goldilocks.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. early-flowering perennial of southern and southeastern Europe with flower heads resembling those of goldenrod
What will be interesting to see if they prefer McCain the wolf over Obama when goldilocks is out of the picture. tinisoli
The Turkish lira strengthened and bond yields fell Monday, as markets digested what some economists called a "goldilocks" outcome in Turkish elections.
Admit it, you took the 'goldilocks' economy for granted and didn't maximize the opportunities.
This weekend at the coast he decided to try a ponytail as a way of not having his (in the words of drum-teacher Mike) "goldilocks" falling over his shoulders and confusing the wait-staff.
During the "goldilocks" era, which started in the early 1990s and ended a couple of years ago, deregulation, globalization and accelerating productivity growth helped central banks to keep consumer prices in check.
The "goldilocks" scenario that has been supporting global financial markets is fully discounted.
CPI, is expected to climb faster than the "goldilocks" rate of 2% of the last few years (1% currently), and standards of living are expected to suffer as general prices rise faster than incomes.
I've written quite a bit over the past year about what I call Obama's "goldilocks" and "one from column A and one from column B" approach to governance.
How are you enjoying that Bush "goldilocks" economy of cheap money and e-z credit?
So keeping inflation at a "goldilocks" temperature - not too hot and not too cold - is the name of the game.