from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A hand; a fist.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A hand, paw, or claw.
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- proper noun euphemistic
- noun obsolete
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Oh, goll … I just had visions of Twilight as a J-Drama ….
Well, goll - lee ... whatz wrong with that-thare Sairah Pailin comin 'out braggin' 'bout bein 'aredneckand all?
I'm being crass, infelicitous, and hyperbolic, but - let's face it - Alex Ross is pretty goll-darned cool by any objective measure.
In any event, America might have loosened up, but we're still pretty goll-darn uptight compared to our colleagues across the ocean.
They buy a handful of goods of everybody, and they buy most goll-darned cheap.
Don't know what's the matter with the goll-darned thing.
"I'm a-goin 'to," he answered, "just as soon as that goll-darned wagon comes."
"I dunno about that, but I guess it will be all right," he urged, hospitably, and presently the goll-darned wagon arrived with another man, who turned out to be the first one's son and who looked as though he bit.
"It was all the fault of that consarned Jay," I explained, as soon as I had recovered my composure, "and I shall never ride in his goll-darned wagon again."
(A "goll-darned" wagon is, I think, a wagon without springs.) "What are you going to do then?"