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  • n. Plural form of gom.

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Examples

  • “Zo instrogtion is feenished, and now goms entertainment, ha?”

    The Lunatic at Large

  • ` ` Zo instrogtion is feenished, and now goms entertainment, ha? ''

    The Lunatic At Large

  • ` ` Do zey suppose ve vish to eat like -- --? '' he began, and then laying his hand on his friend's sleeve, he whispered, ` ` She goms! ''

    The Lunatic At Large

  • Sidesen dat, jes 'gimme one'r de claws er dat mole, an' lemme hang hit roun 'de neck uv a baby whar cuttin' his toofs, an 'I boun' you, ev'y toof in his jaws gwine come bustin 'thu his goms widout nair' a ache er a pain ter let him know dey's dar.

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  • In the first division are various goms, or Egyptian sceptres and staffs, some of ebony and some of wood; and the blade of a war-axe, with the name of Thothmes III. inscribed upon it.

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  • We used to meet in the Chinese company, or quarter, curious processions of men, with marked or painted faces, having kettle-drums, gom-goms, and tambourines.

    Old Jack

  • The roaring music of gom-goms never stops during the performance.

    Old Jack

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  • “Do zey suppose ve vish to eat like — —?” he began, and then laying his hand on his friend’s sleeve, he whispered, “She goms!”

    The Lunatic at Large

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