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n. Informal
A person, usually a woman or girl, with golden or blond hair.

[goldy, golden (from Middle English : gold, gold; see gold + -y, -y; see -y1) + locks, pl. of lock.]
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n (functioning as singular)
1. (Plants) a Eurasian plant, Aster linosyris (or Linosyris vulgaris), with clusters of small yellow flowers: family Asteraceae (composites)
2. (Plants) a Eurasian ranunculaceous woodland plant, Ranunculus auricomus, with yellow flowers. See also buttercup
3. (sometimes capital) a person, esp a girl, with light blond hair
4. (Environmental Science) (modifier; sometimes capital) not prone to extremes of temperature, volatility, etc: a goldilocks planet; a goldilocks economy.
5. (modifier; sometimes capital) not prone to extremes of temperature, volatility, etc: a goldilocks planet; a goldilocks economy.
[(for sense 4): C20: from the fairy tale Goldilocks and the Three Bears, in which the heroine prefers the porridge that is neither too hot nor too cold]
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Noun1.Goldilocks - early-flowering perennial of southern and southeastern Europe with flower heads resembling those of goldenrodgoldilocks - early-flowering perennial of southern and southeastern Europe with flower heads resembling those of goldenrod
aster - any of various chiefly fall-blooming herbs of the genus Aster with showy daisylike flowers
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[ˈgəʊldɪlɒks] NRubiales
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Why our old nursery friend, The Three Bears. Southey trusts that this book will suit every one, "that the lamb may wade in it, though the elephant may swim, and also that it will be found 'very entertaining to the ladies.'" Indeed he flatters himself that it will be found profitable for "old and young, for men and for women, the married and the single, the idle and the studious, the merry and the sad; and that it may sometimes inspire the thoughtless with thought, and sometimes beguile the careful of their cares." But if it is to be quite perfect it must have a chapter for children--
And ye who are neither so little nor no good, favete linguis,* for here follows the story of the Three Bears." So there it is.
Tiny bear has grown big now!" pursued the Frenchwoman, laughing, and she reminded him of his joke about the three young ladies whom he had compared to the three bears in the English nursery tale.
"Crowned: The Legend of the Three Bears" is available on Amazon and wherever books are sold.
King and the Three Bears pact of Douglas Park, George Letham and George Taylor will now be able to turn their loans of around PS14m into shares.
That came after the panel ruled the Castlemilk-born tycoon had worked "in concert" with the Three Bears when they snatched up a stake worth more than 30% of the Light Blues in order to oust the former Mike Ashley-backed regime at Ibrox.
The Theatre Royal's Goldilocks & the Three Bears was dubbed their most ambitious panto so far and the hard work has most definitely paid off as it is up for two awards.
All dressed in their costumes from this year's theatrical extravaganza, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, the cast brought some trademark pantomime madness to an enjoyable tea and coffee morning on Friday.
Review: The Three Bears at Christmas at Northern Stage I WALK down a pathway lined with Silver Birch, into a wood with a rickety house in the centre.
All the essential elements are - the three bears (Geordie ones these) and the honey - plus there are traditional panto ingredients such as slapstick routines, near-the-knuckle jokes and penty boo and hiss antics with Arnott, who provides great fun with his accents and disguises and has a great singing voice.
HANSEL & GRETEL; GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS Derby Theatre, November 30-January 5; December 4-January 5 CHRISTMAS is coming to Derby Theatre with two new festive productions for the holiday season.
Time to party Chiildren and staff from the Three Bears nursery donned their nightwear for a special MacMillan Coffee morning fundraiser Nursery kids rose to the occasion at their own baking bash to make cash for charity.