Dick seized the line, and as the gudgeon swam off he dropped the bladder over the side, and it was slowly towed away.
I checked her from stem to gudgeon and you lay over her like a circus tent.
But the gudgeon looked at him with his great eyes, and asked, "Have you got good teeth?"
The teeth find the fat, the shark finds the gudgeon invariably.
The base is the same but the mast turns on a gudgeon stepped into an iron socket mortised into the center timber.
"I am not ashamed to say that we were poor once," said Mr. gudgeon, with a glow of pride.
Well, Clay returned, theres a gudgeon up on shore that evidently wants to get hold of your hook, and you with it.
Why should you work for me for nothing, when I am not willing to do the same thing for Mrs. gudgeon?
The gudgeon pin is hardened, ground and secured in connecting rod, and is allowed to work in piston.
But the gudgeon and the troutling were terrified at the notion of bigger fishes, and made straight for the weeds.
small freshwater fish, early 15c., from Middle French goujon, from Old French gojon (14c.), from Latin gobionem (nominative gobio), alteration of gobius, from Greek kobios, a kind of fish, of unknown origin. The figurative sense of "a credulous person" (one who will "bite" at "bait") is from 1580s.
"pivot on the end of a beam," c.1400, from Old French gojon "pin, peg, spike" (13c.), perhaps somehow an altered sense of gudgeon (n.1).