goosegog


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goosegog

(ˈɡʊzɡɒɡ) or

goosegob

n
(Plants) Brit a dialect or informal word for gooseberry
[from goose in gooseberry + gog, variant of gob1]
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Indeed, in those early times, it would have been a green tongue like that of a little girl, who has just vanquished a gooseberry pie - or a "goosegog" pie as once was said.
HUGE GOOSEGOG: Visitors inspect the winning gooseberry at a previous Egton Bridge Gooseberry Show, left
Jilly says: "On the nose this has a hint of asparagus tips and green peppers but it also has lovely goosegog fruit flavours.
But none of the berries this year came anywhere near his world record Woodpecker goosegog of 2009 - a massive 35 drams which could remain at the top of the world record sheets for years.