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  • noun Plural form of goo.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of goo.

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Examples

  • He cries lumpy, I know, but his goos are all right.

    Sowing Seeds in Danny

  • Yeah seriously, If they don't get hunted legitimately then they will become a huge problem in rural residential areas (this is already happening) and paoching and other irresponsiblee and unregulated forms of reprisal against them will dramatically threaten the populations and all the "goos" done with this restoration will be jeopardized

    Wolf hunting Good? or Bad?

  • Yeah seriously, If they don't get hunted legitimately then they will become a huge problem in rural residential areas (this is already happening) and paoching and other irresponsiblee and unregulated forms of reprisal against them will dramatically threaten the populations and all the "goos" done with this restoration will be jeopardized

    Wolf hunting Good? or Bad?

  • But Algeron was not envious of any other baby's beauty that afternoon, nor worried about his nose either as he bumped up and down in his carriage in glad good humour, and delivered full-sized gurgling "goos" at every person he met, even throwing them along the street in the prodigality of his heart, as he waved his fat hands and thumped his heavy little heels.

    Sowing Seeds in Danny

  • But Algeron was not envious of any other baby's beauty that afternoon, nor worried about his nose either as he bumped up and down in his carriage in glad good humour, and delivered full-sized gurgling "goos" at every person he met, even throwing them along the street in the prodigality of his heart, as he waved his fat hands and thumped his heavy little heels.

    Sowing Seeds in Danny

  • "You can't fight city hall" is an illusion that is going the way of the wild goos in the Midwest, in the Middle East, in the middle brain of youth around the world.

    Jan Phillips: Leadership On The Edge Of A Quantum Leap

  • "You can't fight city hall" is an illusion that is going the way of the wild goos in the Midwest, in the Middle East, in the middle brain of youth around the world.

    Jan Phillips: Leadership On The Edge Of A Quantum Leap

  • If the GOP b! tches, tell them what was good for the goos in 2000 is just fine and freaking dandy for the 2010 gander!

    Think Progress » Brown wins Massachusetts special election; Coakley concedes.

  • Sam's is very goos and that is an offer I couldn't or wouldn't refuse.

    Beer choice at Obama meeting touches off new debate

  • Nutrition companies pushed their bars, gels, goos, and drinks that all promised to make you faster, stronger, better.

    Wading Through the Bike Expo With Thousands of My Racing Friends and (Apparently) the New Market of Commuters « PubliCola

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  • Also góos. Greek, historical: part of the ritual lamentations of women in a classical Greek funeral, with the thrênos and kommos. An "improvised discordant weeping performed by kinswomen and close friends of the deceased"

    December 23, 2012