gooseherd

gooseherd

(ˈɡuːsˌhɜːd)
n
a person who herds geese
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goose•herd

(ˈgusˌhɜrd)

n.
a person who tends geese.
[1200–50]
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References in classic literature ?
"Nay," quoth the landlord, standing in front of him and holding out his arms like a gooseherd driving his flock, for money made him bold, "thou goest not till thou hast paid me my score."
When the wretched gooseherd finally reported the demise of his last bird, the rabbi, much annoyed, exclaimed: `What a shame, I had so many good ideas left'" (p.
no gooseherd or swine will turn Into a homestall king or hamlet of fire And prince of ice .
The remaining geese are driven to shore and quickly waddle out of the water, where wildlife technicians herd them into a large pen, using long-handled nets as gooseherds' crooks.