goosey


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goos·y

also goos·ey  (go͞o′sē)
adj. goos·i·er, goos·i·est
1. Relating to or resembling a goose.
2. Foolish or scatterbrained.
3. Nervously excitable.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.goosey - having or revealing stupiditygoosey - having or revealing stupidity; "ridiculous anserine behavior"; "a dopey answer"; "a dopey kid"; "some fool idea about rewriting authors' books"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
stupid - lacking or marked by lack of intellectual acuity
Translations

goosey

adj (+er) (inf) (= foolish)dumm; (US: = ticklish) → kitz(e)lig; (= nervous)nervös; to get gooseyeine Gänsehaut bekommen
References in classic literature ?
I don't mind being a goose so much if somebody else is goosey, too.
That was when I was on my promotion, Goosey," she said.
Why and when it then moved to the night before Halloween remains a mystery, although it could have been influenced by our American friends who adopted October 30 as their Mischief Night - or Goosey Night, Cabbage Night, Gate Night and Devil's Night, as it is alternatively known in various parts of the US and Canada.
She continues: "Fur & Feather features six main characters; Ollie Owl, Goosey Goosey, Hadley Hare, Hugo Hare, Robin and Pheasant.
Like your writer, I was a little goosey about heights and passed.
Follow the journey of the scatterbrained Henny Penny and friends Cocky Locky, Ducky Lucky, Goosey Loosey and Turkey Lurkey, as they race to inform the king that the sky is falling.
One of the first to sign the petition was Mike Goosey, a bioenergy consultant who recently planted 3,000 young trees on his own land at Worthenbury, near Wrexham.
Soon they met Goosey Loosey walking down the roadside.
Consultancy and marketing insights company Kantar Health on Friday announced that it has appointed Richard Goosey as its UK senior director of advanced methods.
45 Plumpton Written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter and published by Frederick Warne & Co in 1922, Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes is a compilation of traditional rhymes such as Goosey Goosey Gander, This Little Piggy and Three Blind Mice.
Lulu the Lioness cub, Pink Lucy Goosey, and Albert and Alex alligators decide to have a grand festive picnic together.
PANJO The tiger lives with owner Goosey Fernandes in their Pretoria home and wears a collar like a regular house cat.