from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of goom.
- n. axle grease; gorm
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A man.
- n. The black grease on the axle of a cart or wagon wheel; -- called also gorm. See gorm.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See gum.
- n. See goom.
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My position was always agree to revote in MI & FL ASAP so it didn't gome down to this travesty.
Blimey, I guess when people gripe, they gripe to thier superiors, this one has gome all the way to ‘McNumpty’
The Problem with having an efficient killing machine such as the Marines is what to do with them when the tour of duty is over, or they go gome for some other reason.
On the whole a guttural variant of English prevailed in the sentences that alighted upon the balloon; chiefly he was told to “gome down or you will be shot.”
Pat Burrell had a run-scoring double in the fourth and Shawn Wooten singled gome a run in the seventh.
Just like a sakuramochi, inside the fragrant cherry leaf was a ball of mochi-gome, the super sticky rice that the Chinese and the Vietnamese in the Bay Area call 'Sweet Rice'.
It is extra-sticky and the Japanese call it 'mochi gome' or 'rice cake rice', since it's so glutenous that it is the rice of choice when making mochi.
I mixed sweet rice mochi gome with regular rice in a 1:1 ratio, added shiitake slivers and grated ginger, and cooked the rice in a shiitake broth.
Think of it like this: A photograph of a double amputee clearly showing that his legs are gome neatly trumps any number of nurses stories about how he would hop out of bed in the middle of the night and dance irish jigs around the hospital.
November 1st, 2005 at 9: 55 pm PST seems like we ahave a gome-petition reply