from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Relating to or resembling a goose.
- adj. Foolish or scatterbrained.
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- adj. Characteristic of a goose; anserine
- adj. foolish
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Gooselike, especially in stupidity; foolish; silly.
- In a condition resembling that of the flesh of a plucked goose; hence, ‘creepy’: as, a goosy sensation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having or revealing stupidity
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It's oh so basic in its set-up and story-telling - and yet writer-director Joe Cornish makes the absolute most out of its goosy energy and gruesome effects.
Thus, even this supposed "bright spot" of Beck's thinking reveals the "loosy-goosy" argument style that marks all of his arguments.
L. M.Noonan said ... well I'm feeling all goosy right now.
Ginny dropped down to her haunches and folded her arms against her sides like wings, honking in a goosy way.
Please bring back that wild and crazy, histerically funny, loosy goosy guy! james
Evidently not, because on both sides of Pennsylvania Avenue policy makers are busy giving the FHA even more business while easing its already loosy-goosy underwriting standards.
Jayne Weintraub, and the fact that she could just switch to Italian and nobody said anything, it just shows you what kind of a loosy-goosy system they have over there.
WEINTRAUB: Well, I don ` t know that I would call it loosy-goosy.
The Belize route is not as loosy goosy as it once was and I have friends who wasted both time and money trying to skirt the intent of the law by going there.
February 12, 2008 at 1:01 pm loosy goosy or righty tity?